BBC | 15 July 2016
TTIP: Why are the talks taking so long?
Analysts are worried Brexit will slow talks and make a deal this year unlikely.
It’s already an agonisingly slow process - negotiations have been going on for three years - and it’s unlikely a deal will be struck before the end of the Obama administration.
Critics of TTIP warn a deal would jeopardize European standards, such as food safety, and leave public services at risk of privatization.
We take a look at some of the reasons why the talks are so complicated.
Video journalist: Jeremy Howell