Progress in the negotiations between members of the TRANS-Pacific partnership (TTP) and the European Union to create a Transatlantic trade and investment partnership (TTIP) interfere with pending problems of the EU, among them Greece, Ukraine, refugees and many more, said on the first day of the week the head of the National economic Council under the President of the United States Jason Furman.
"We have been conducting a dialogue with the EU on TTIP, which began a couple of years after TTP. We have made some progress, but small leaders of Europe need to make greater efforts to resolve issues such as Greece, refugees, Ukraine, trade services and environmental contract, " he said.
Referring to the TTP, Furman said that is positive about development of the contract. According to his statement, this contract has serious economic repercussions. In addition, cooperation of Union members increases the likelihood of bringing to significant Progress in the development of the technology innovation and increased competence in this area.
on the idea of TTIP is obliged to become the largest in the history of the financial agreement, which will bind approximately 60% of global economic output and will create a "corridor" of free trade from Hawaii to Lithuania. The partnership aims to reduce tariffs and eliminate regulatory barriers to business between EU countries and USA, having done so, the requirements for companies 2 economic spaces in relation to the universal.