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10 claims about TTIP scrutinised (in Dutch only)

TTIP (the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) is a free-trade agreement that has gained much attention in Europe in the past year – not least in the Netherlands. Growing numbers of people are concerned about the potential impact of the treaty. Debates and protests have been organised, and the municipalities of Tiel and Amsterdam have declared themselves 'TTIP-free'. Platform Authentic Journalism, TNI and SOMO have together taken a critical look at the most important claims about TTIP. Each day last week we scrutinised one claim, and on Friday we will publish the entire report "Feiten & Fabels. 10 claims over TTIP" (in Dutch only).


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