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Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)

Date

19 Jun 2013

Sections

Trade & Society
Who benefits from a free trade deal?

The new Bertelsmann Foundation project on Global Economic Dynamics (GED) launches today with the results of an ambitious and detailed econometric
simulation of the economic effects of the coming “Transatlantic Trade and
Investment Partnership" (TTIP).

Our simulations are based on latest econometric world models, developed in
cooperation with the IFO-Institute’s Center for Economic Studies, mapping for the
first time the complex interrelations and shifts of international trade flows and
their effects on welfare and employment in 126 countries worldwide.

About GED
The Global Economic Dynamics project exists to help make complex economic dynamics transparent and understandable. The project examines the causes and effects of current economic trends, as well as the connections binding one trend to another.

About GED Shorts
GED Shorts are multimedia, interactive presentations of our studies, simulations and forecasts. They are available for use and re-use by the general public, including media representatives. All the content that you see in a GED Short is available for download and share under Creative Commons licence.

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