Our Mission

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Caucus is a bipartisan group of members of Congress that are dedicated to further developing the United States’ trade relationship with the countries of the European Union. We believe that TTIP will greatly expand the export of U.S. goods and services, which will create jobs here at home and grow the already largest trade and economic relationship in the world.

Latest News

Nov 20, 2014

Two seperate reports by the Altantic Council and the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) concluded that small and medium-sized businesses would greatly benefit from the Transaltantic Trade and Investment Partnership. For more details, please follow the links below.


Sep 8, 2014
The Business Coalition for Transatlantic Trade is a coalition of US companies and businesses that seek to promote the growth of jobs and the economy through expanded trade opportunities with the European Union.
Sep 8, 2014
In September 2013, the British Embassy, the Atlantic Council, and the Bertelsmann Foundation came out with the study on the effects that the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership would have on the United States.
Sep 8, 2014
Congressman Erik Paulsen and Congressman Richard E. Neal co-wrote an article in Politico in May 2013 on the importance of continued an expanded trade with the European Union is to the growth of the US economy.
Aug 14, 2014
The Atlantic Council, Bertelsmann Foundation, and the British Embassy in Washington, and the German Marshall Fund hosted a reception on Capitol Hill on Thursday, April 3rd, 2014 to honor the new Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Caucus.
Apr 4, 2014
Reps. William Keating (MA-09), Richard E. Neal (MA-01), Erik Paulsen (MN-03), and Todd Young (IN-09) launched the Congressional Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Caucus Thursday night. The Caucus will serve as a conduit between Members of Congress and TTIP negotiators.

TTIP Fact of the Day

  • According to the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations, a successful TTIP agreement could reduce duplicative inspections of health care industry manufacturing sites on both sides of the Atlantic by 40 percent, resulting in significantly reduced costs for both industry and regulators.