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Wales's future: jobs, services and the TTIP – Cardiff, 18 June 2015


TTIP is one of the most eagerly scrutinized partnership agreements ever to make its way through the EU law-making machinery, with both passionate supporters and opponents. Its fans see it as a potentially monumental opportunity for small and midsize businesses to expand and for Europe to play to its commercial strengths, while those against see it as a full frontal assault on democracy and an attack on the European model that would lead to rule by corporations.

The issues are wide-ranging and complex, so to help you disentangle myth from reality and find out what  TTIP really means for employers, workers and public services in Wales, Our expert panel discussed at the Millennium Centre, Cardiff.



Alex BEVAN, Wales Trades Union Congress
Iestyn DAVIES, Senior Head of External Affairs, FSB
William GRAHAM JP AM, Welsh Assembly Member, South Wales East


Sarah DICKINS, BBC Wales