Veolia claim against Lithuania offers case in point for EU trade liberalisation sceptics

Although the Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) is less debated in Lithuania than in many larger member states of the European Union, recent charges by a large investor, Veolia, against Lithuania illustrate the fears that many, especially European green movements, have had about the agreement all along.

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