EU-US trade deal is good for Ireland

Ireland is expected to benefit more than any member state in the Union

13th December, 2015

There has been so much propaganda about the proposed TTIP trade deal between Europe and the US that it’s hard to know where to start.

Most of those against TTIP are against it for reasons that have nothing to do with TTIP. They are against it because the EU is proposing it. And round and round the argument goes. In the noise and fury, some really big issues are being missed. Ever since...

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