Gabriel: Merkel is wrong supporting Obama’s comments on TTIP

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) takes her seat next to German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel (L) during a retreat meeting of the German cabinet in Meseberg, Germany, 25 May 2016.

The German Vice-Chancellor and leader of the German Social Democrats (SPD), Sigmar Gabriel, said that Merkel must not share Obama’s eagerness to complete the business deal between the EU and the USA in 2016


German Chancellor, Angela Merkel is wrong when she is sharing US President’s Barack Obama hurry to conclude the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) within 2016, Sigmar Gabriel said.

The German Vice-Chancellor and leader of the German Social Democrats (SPD) gave an interview with the regional RND newspaper group and said that “It was wrong that, in the euphoria of Obama's visit to Germany, the Chancellor said that we will be able to conclude (the TTIP) negotiations under any ...


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