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Whether they involve trade agreements or global climate finance deals, the rules governing markets matter. IATP challenges market rules that favor large corporations or financial speculators over small-scale farmers and consumers.

Trade vs. local economies: Procurement on the table

Free trade agreements threaten local procurement programs. A new IATP paper digs into what's at risk.

Farmers, Ranchers and Consumers Lose on WTO COOL Ruling

The WTO says multinational meat companies don't have to tell you where your food comes from.

Don’t let trade trump GMO labeling

70 U.S. NGOs from around the country wrote the USTR to demand it not restrict efforts to label GMOs in the ongoing secret U.S.-EU trade talks.

Whose Century Is It?: The Trans-Pacific Partnership, Food and the “21st-Century Trade Agreement”

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, Food and the “21st-Century Trade Agreement”

Tar sands, trade rules and the gutting of human rights for corporate profit

While energy sources evolve, one trend remains constant: The protection of corporate profits at the expense of human rights, sovereignty and the environment.

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