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Joint EU-U.S. Statement on TTIP Negotiations

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The first round of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations kicked off today in Washington, D.C. with an opening plenary session emphasizing the importance of the negotiations and laying out plans for the round, which will end on Friday.  The negotiating groups that met on Monday, July 8th discussed investment, government procurement, cross-border services, textiles, rules of origin, energy and raw materials and legal issues.  The chief negotiators from the United States and European Union also met.

Meeting on Tuesday, July 9th will be the negotiating groups discussing sanitary and phytosanitary measures, market access and industrial goods, government procurement, cross-border services, investment, and energy and raw materials.  The negotiating groups on labor and environment also will hold a joint session.

Press inquiries should be directed to Andrea Mead for the Office of the United States Trade Representative at amead@ustr.eop.gov and Silvia Kofler for the European Union at silvia.kofler@eeas.europa.eu.

 

Handshake between Dan Mullaney, on the left, and Ignacio Garcia Bercero.

Handshake between Dan Mullaney, on the left, and Ignacio Garcia Bercero.

Ignacio Garcia Bercero, at the rostrum, in the presence of Dan Mullaney

Ignacio Garcia Bercero, at the rostrum, in the presence of Dan Mullaney

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Handshake between Michael Froman, US Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs and co-Chair of the Trans-Atlantic Economic Council (TEC), on the right, and Ignacio Garcia Bercero

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Ignacio Garcia Bercero, at the rostrum, in the presence of Dan Mullaney, on the right