France's Unexpected Role on the Way to a Reasonable and Balanced TTIP

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The German Marshall Fund of the United States
June 16, 2015

France has a unique opportunity to establish itself as a leading voice in shaping the EU’s future trade and investment policy. To achieve this, the French government should actively engage in the public debate to limit growing misconceptions of TTIP, encourage fact-based discussions about the negotiations, and clarify its own public messaging on the agreement.

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Guillaume Xavier-Bender is a Transatlantic Fellow at The German Marshall Fund of the United States.

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