How I look at it is that it not even deemed illegal in their countries.
Well, whaddya know Paddy? Some bit of cheer coming your way. It's not all doom & gloom. Chin up, will you? @BMD
Karma is nicely catching up with the countries like UK and Sweden. Let them enjoy their multiculturalism.
Everybody calm down. It's only Asian gangs here doing what they do best in the holy month of Ramadan. @safriz
Well, the innocent girl had dunces for leaders. Still do. And they aren't even Irish.I say this most politely. The sins of the father come visiting the son or something to that effect. That's what he meant by Karma. Isn't it a biblical saying, Paddy?Hardly think it's appropriate to use the word 'karma' when the victim is a innocent girl.
Well I can agree with part of that but it depends how you mean 'karma'. We should never have let them in in hindsight and some people did say at the time but they made the same argument about everyone from Indians to Africans at the time as well.I used karma for the British as whole while i am sorry for that victim , bloody vermin Pakistanis.
Still the British are trying to push it under a rug
The countries are most likely waiting for elections, for the impending Trump defeat.UK says it aims to join Trans-Pacific free trading group
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FILE PHOTO: Representatives of the countries members of Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of Vietnam, Tran Quoc Khanh, Minister for Trade and Industry of Singapore, Chan Chung Sing, Minister of International Trade Diversification of Canada, James Carr, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Chile, Roberto Ampuero, Director General of the Direction of International Economic Relations (Direcon) of Chile, Rodrigo Yanez, Minister for Trade and Export Growth of New Zealand, David Parker, Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Kiyoto Tsuji and Parliamentary Vice-Minister of Economy Trade and Industry of Japan, Akimasa Ishikawa, take part in a news conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Santiago, Chile May 16, 2019. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido
LONDON (Reuters) - The United Kingdom announced on Wednesday it would pursue accession to a revamped version of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
“Today we’re announcing our intent to pursue accession to CPTPP, one of the world’s largest free trading areas,” Trade Secretary Liz Truss said.
The British government said joining CPTPP would help the UK overcome the challenge posed by the coronavirus and would help diversity its trade links.
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is a free trade agreement that links Canada and 10 other countries: Australia, Brunei, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.
Once fully implemented, the 11 countries will form a trading bloc representing 495 million consumers and 13.5% of global GDP, according to the Canadian government. If the United Kingdom were to join, that share of global GDP would rise to about 16%.
The United Kingdom left the European Union on Jan. 31 but the main terms of its membership remain in place during a transition period until the end of this year. Both the UK and EU hope to negotiate a new free trade deal between them by the end of the year.
These are the types of moves going forward that will contain China and strengthen countries in the periphery. I feel the US will likely rejoin the pact in the near future.
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They can always print more money. OTOH, UK is a nation of shopkeepers.
Cut the comedy, Paddy else the Chinese will ensure none of the British ships cross the Suez into the Bab el Mendheb straits. In dummy terms no UK ships go past the Red Sea courtesy Chinese base in Djibouti.Time to cancel some Chinese debt.
Yes but your evolution is from 85.4 % to 100.9 % compare to our which is from 98.1 % to 101.2 %.Same is true of France post pandemic.
This is due to GDP effectively being quashed for 3 months of lockdown. Time to cancel some Chinese debt.
France's Government debt accounted for 101.2 % of the country's Nominal GDP in Mar 2020, compared with the ratio of 98.1 % in the previous quarter.