The market access part includes trade in goods and services, government procurement and rules of origin, which technically determine that the origin of a product corresponds to one of the countries that have signed the agreement in order to avoid customs fraud. Many sectors could suffer from increased competition from Europe. This could result in fewer jobs for American workers. These disadvantages are addressed in every trade agreement. These claims in number and value have recently increased and some States have become increasingly resistant to these clauses.  Several groups have reported on the proposed agreement, including: the United States and the European Union together account for 60% of world GDP, 33% of world trade in goods, and 42% of world trade in services. There are a number of trade conflicts between the two powers, but both depend on each other`s economic market and disputes concern only 2% of total trade. A free trade area between the two could be the largest regional free trade agreement in history and would cover 46% of global GDP.   Controversial ISDS is a two-point improvement over FIPs. Firstly, thanks to the Treaty of Lisbon, a single agreement will make it possible to resolve the differences between investors and the host State, whether the investor is from an EU Member State and the host State is the United States or, on the contrary, whether the investor is from the United States and the host Member State of an EU Member State. Second, as an innovative investment protection agreement, it can be much more specific about the situations that should be subject to arbitration and serve as a common model for the US or the EU with respect to other investment agreements that can be implemented, for example with China or under the PTT.
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