Handelsblatt quotes Global Business and Economics Program Associate Director Garrett Workman on the stalled transatlantic trade pact: 

“It’s frustrating from an outsider perspective to see what’s happened in Germany because I would argue Germany has benefitted from international trade more than any other country,” said Garrett Workman, director of the business and economcis program at the Atlantic Council, a Washington-based think tank focusing on U.S.-European relations. “It’s a country that has taken advantage of this global system better than others.” 

“If we can’t even agree among friends, how are we supposed to show leadership?” Mr. Workman asked.

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