Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Anti-TPP protesters surround secretive negotiations

Published on Nov 20, 2013
The lead negotiators for 12 countries involved in the Trans-Pacific Partnership held their second day of meetings in Salt Lake City, Utah on Wednesday. The TPP is a potential new trade deal that would open up markets among nations along the Pacific Rim. The negotiations have largely been secretive so far, but the agreement is expected to impact a wide range of industries, including energy, the Internet, pharmaceuticals and more. Demonstrators have also converged on the "Crossroads of the West" to demand more transparency in the negotiations. RT's Ramon Galindo joins us from Salt Lake City, where he attended the anti-TPP protests.

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