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It has been a very bad week for the trade deals that President Barack Obama wants to complete before leaving office. Deals that could have a bad effect on your health, the environment, your business, and the US economy.
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While trade negotiators insist TTIP talks will continue as planned, critics of the deal are pushing for a change in direction.
TTIP’s fate remains unclear, but the EU continues to press for changes that could harm local governments and drug safety in the US.
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While the media focused on photo-ops during Barack Obama’s trips to Europe and Asia, the president tried to cement his legacy with trade deals that please only multinationals.
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