A New Boost to Transatlantic Ties: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and the EU-Turkey Customs Union
AbstractThe world is going through strikingly fast and comprehensive transformation. The harmonization of the bilateral or multilateral regulations and standards all over the world will make market penetrations much easier, or harder. This is also a critical turn for the overall Turkish economic and political atmosphere, which will likely create intriguing influences and spillover effects for the Middle East and North Africa region, at least.
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Date of creation: 03 Jun 2013
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Turkey; EU; Transatlantic Relations; Trade; Investment; Customs Union; T-TIP; TTIP; TPP; Euro-Mediterranean Partnership; Asean; B20; WTO;
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