Various trade unions and other groups have called for protests against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) across Germany on September 17. A trade agreement with Canada has also come under attack.

An alliance consisting of various public organizations across Germany said they expected hundreds of thousands of protesters to take to the streets in severalGerman cities to rally against plans to move forward with two key international trade agreements – one year after a similar protest managed to attract similar numbers. Organizers belonging to the coalition “CETA & TTIP stoppen” (which translates as “Stop CETA and TTIP”) said they demanded an immediate end to talks furthering … continue reading

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