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What does TTIP mean for you?

Nov 04, 2014
The U.S. and EU are the largest and wealthiest markets in the world. The transatlantic relationship is the largest trading relationship in the world accounting for €2 billion worth of goods and services traded every day.

AmCham Latvia along with its partners in Europe and in the U.S. strongly supports a potential U.S.-EU free trade agreement, known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), currently negotiated between the U.S. and the EU.

If trade barriers that exist today between the U.S. and the EU were removed, what would be the main benefits for your business? What impact would TTIP have on companies in Latvia? Please take a short opinion survey and help us evaluate its relevance for you.

Your feedback is important for us to illustrate the practical implications of TTIP for business. We kindly ask you to fill out the questionnaire here.

You will need no more than 5 minutes to fill this questionnaire. Your responses will be processed anonymously, however, please leave us your contact details if you are interested in receiving further information on TTIP. The deadline for this questionnaire is November 7, 2014.

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