Global Financial Giants Look to Use TTIP to "Harmonize" US-EU Laws, Remove Obstacles to Future Taxpayer BailoutsWritten by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
A coalition of 14 U.S.-E.U. banking and financial companies are working to use the TTIP to remove regulations designed to prevent taxpayer bailouts.
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