When the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations began in 2014, one of the first deals was the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP.
The TPP is an ambitious trade deal that would expand the trading powers of the United Nations to include a global body, the World Trade Organization.
One of the goals of the negotiations was to bring the U.S. and its European allies into the global economy, a goal that has been pursued by many of the same corporate interests that have pushed the Trans Pacific Partnership through Congress.
The TTIP has since been rebranded as the TransAtlantic Trade and Partnership (TTIP2).
But the TTIP2 will only be implemented by the United Kingdom, the European Union, Canada, Mexico, and Japan.
The European Union is not included in TTIP 2, despite having its own negotiating team.
The U.K. is the only country that will not have an official TTIP team, and it has yet to sign on to the TTIF.
The other two countries, Canada and Mexico, are not expected to participate in TTIF2.
TTIP is a transnational deal between the European Economic Area (EEA), the United State, and Canada.
The EU is the economic and political leader of the EU and is the most important transnational trading bloc in the world.
The United States is the financial and economic leader of other EEA countries and is considered a trade partner of the U