Ambassador Froman discusses the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership at the Munich Security Conference
Yesterday, Ambassador Froman spoke on the importance of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) at the Munich Security Conference (MSC) in Washington, D.C. Attendees included high-ranking government officials, academics, and members of the National Security community with an interest in transatlantic cooperation.
Ambassador Froman delivers remarks at the Munich Security Conference (USTR photo)
In his remarks, Ambassador Froman highlighted T-TIP’s potential to strengthen U.S.-EU bilateral trade and investment relations as well as raise standards in the global trading system. A comprehensive agreement would expand economic and job growth by reducing tariffs on U.S. consumer and agricultural products, creating new openings for our service providers, and making U.S. and EU regulations and standards more compatible. Ambassador Froman also stressed that to be successful, T-TIP must include rules, principles, and new modes of cooperation to address shared global trade challenges.
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