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Don’t give up on TTIP

It's in Britain's best interest, even after Brexit

By Rem Korteweg  

German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, who has ©Markus Schreiber/AP/Press Association Images

TTIP, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, is in trouble. A chilly protectionist breeze is blowing across the west and the likelihood of reaching and ratifying a deal is receding. Its collapse would be bad news for transatlantic co-operation and a setback for Brexit Britain.

This week, Germany’s vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel and France’s trade minister Matthias Fekl threw a wrench…

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