A grandiose trade pact is in the making between the US and the EU. The TTIP deal, set to affect lives on both sides of the Atlantic, is a well-kept secret, with negotiations carried out behind closed doors under tough non-disclosure rules. Officials on American side praise the agreement, promising growth and prosperity if it goes through, but who exactly is going to prosper in the end? What's so special about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership that it has to be kept away from general public? And what power will it grant to corporations from the other side of the ocean? We ask Member of the European Parliament Bart Staes on SophieCo.