European Member Governments

Posted by tuppy on April 26, 2014
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Colonial model of the United States or the key to prosperity? Bugged and spied two sweeping denunciations of the U.S. secret service. That German companies dealt with the question for economic espionage will always ersichtlicher need these days because no one knows the extent of American security madness. Marquardt + Company deals with the consequences of the NSA spying affair in politics, economy and society in the current articles. The impact of a joint free trade agreement for Europe, the German economy and the middle class are investigated. But also the important aspects of equality of opportunity and economic importance. Who benefits from this trade agreement? Quite clear: to a large extent the business sector of both partners. So much can be said beforehand.

Enormous costs can be saved with the case of customs and trade barriers. Also a reduction of necessary bureaucracy in ex and imports would bring tremendous relief. But obvious risks are worked out too little. Above all a unmistakable print of the United States. The United States clean up since Obama’s inauguration to their crumbling economy around.

Sums received America’s economy alive of dollars in bonds and credit transactions. The more pressure the United States on such a trade agreement. Sense but is not funding a further bailout at the expense of hard-earned economic and social security in Europe. Thus, the contracts are not only an economic issue by the EU Commission and European Member Governments. Because it is rather clear claims regarding our society against the United States. Why real compromise are just now so important. Positive and negative effects are to estimate so far hardly serious. Therefore, regulated and a structured consumer protection are important tasks of this potential transatlantic collaboration. The protection of personal data, especially in economic relations, is an important issue. Hidden risks may quickly become the boomerang and should not be neglected due to political interests. No one wants an American diktat and resulting loss of control.