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In collaboration with Global Progressive Forum (with the support of PES and S&D), Policy Network, Renner Institut, Solidar Foundation, Jean Jaures Foundation.
In this roundtable debate participants will discuss:
1) How can TTIP promote sustainable economic growth, create quality jobs for women and men, and foster financial stability in both the US and the EU?
2) How can TTIP enhance welfare, social protection, and labour standards in both the US and the EU?
Roundtable debate report available on FEPS website after the event.
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