The European Commission is negotiating TTIP as openly as possible.
A final agreement would have 24 chapters, grouped together in 3 parts:
In line with its latest transparency initiative, EU is publishing:
– new 2-page factsheets, in plain language
– negotiating texts we’ve given US negotiators:
– EU textual proposals on parts 2 and 3 of the TTIP – these set out how we’d want a final deal to read, line by line
– EU position papers – what we want to achieve in a chapter.
We will publish further texts as they become available.
We will make the whole text of the agreement public once negotiations have been concluded – well in advance of its signature and ratification.
For the text of a recently completed EU trade agreement, see the text of the EU-Canada Free Trade Agreement (CETA). The text is still subject to legal revision.
More can be found here.