Wednesday’s release "contains drafts and annexes on issues such as air traffic, maritime, professional services, e-commerce, delivery services, transparency, domestic regulation, as well as several document on the positions of negotiating parties," WikiLeaks said.
One of the annexes makes sure that the governments involved in the treaty do not favor local businesses over services of multinationals, according to WikiLeaks.
According to the portal, the TiSA core text will show the ideological and legal underpinnings of the treaty.
WikiLeaks previously released documents about the treaty in June 2014.
Critics of the deal say it will open the way to coordinated, supranational regulation labor laws, medical systems, finance and industrial policy, that will undermine governments' authority to protect its citizens.
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