Stanowisko Polski wobec rozmów UE i Stanów Zjednoczonych w sprawie partnerstwa transatlantyckiego
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Oficyna Wydawnicza AFM
Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe 2014, nr 4 s. 207-222.
- Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership; ISDS; NTMS; Foreign Direct Investments; AmCham
Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership TTIP as an agreement between the EU and the U.S. in the assumptions will create the most powerful trading at dawn community gathering 40% of current world production, which has 23.2% share in the trade of goods and services 39.4% share, as well as generating approximately 64.1% of Foreign Direct Investment . Poland as an EU member, attending conducted under the aegis of the European Commission’s negotiations with representatives of the U.S. government. A small percentage of the cumulative turnover of Polish trade with the U.S., does not mean that after the conclusion of TTIP, the Polish economy and the consumer market will not feel positive as well as negative consequences of the treaty. Countries, which, according to consulting fi rms gain the most numerous are the leading economic benefi ts in Germany, the United Kingdom, as well as having extensive business contacts with the United States, the Netherlands. The thesis that informs the author of the work is the belief that the Polish raison d’etat requires a wider cooperation with Germany having a principal destination for exports of Polish enterprises, and also a signifi cant cooperator for the United States . In this way, the chances are preserved in the larger economic gains through the creation of a free trade area of the EU-USA. The aim of the study is to answer the question of how and in which areas of the negotiations, Poland should lobby for maintaining their own interests?
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