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News update: Take-aways from last week’s TiSA talks

By Iana Dreyer and Jennifer Freedman   Governments involved in negotiations to liberalise trade in services (TiSA)  reported significant progress during the seventh round of negotiations in Geneva last week. But the actual extent of substantial market liberalisation the countries eventually agree still remains uncertain.   Though technical and commercially-focused, …

Analysis: EU-India free trade agreement: can it be revived?
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Analysis: EU-India free trade agreement: can it be revived?

[sh_light_text ]Despite talks of a potential revival of the stalled Europe-India free trade negotiations after the general elections in India this month, its chances remain very low. Blockages in India’s investment policy and the European Union’s reluctance to open its doors to Indian professionals in the information technology sector will be hard …

Boosting the “knowledge supply chain” – are there missing links in TTIP?
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Boosting the “knowledge supply chain” – are there missing links in TTIP?

[sh_light_text ]Officials in Washington and Brussels have struggled to flesh out a negotiating methodology to handle the complex and ambitious Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations. Their approach is starting to become clearer, however. Two major issues risk being neglected: accommodating outsiders, and freeing up the mobility of skilled …