Free Trade

The Trade in Services Agreement and the corporate agenda

TiSASince 2013, 51 nations have been conducting secret closed-door negotiations on a Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) whose text has been kept secret, despite the fact that this Agreement, as proposed, constrains a broad range of services typically performed by governmental organizations and promotes their sell-off similar to the sell-off of public assets being subjected to the government of Greece. The United States the UK, and the European Union are the countries mostly strongly pushing for TISA. The agreement aims at liberalizing the worldwide trade of services such as banking, health care, mail delivery, transportation, and water (and other) utilities.

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