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EU-Canada economic and trade agreement provides worldwide commercial opportunities for Romania, says CCIR

The comprehensive economic and trade agreement between the European Union and Canada (CETA) means actual new opportunities for Romania to exceed the borders of Europe thanks to an almost full repeal of all commercial fees, chairman of Romania's Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIR) Mihai Daraban told a conference on CETA jointly organised with the Canadian Embassy in Bucharest, according to Agerpres.

2017-04-04 14:05:56


"We, overall, cannot but be favoured by this CETA agreement, given our economic makeup," said Daraban. "It virtually opens to us other worldwide opportunities, because Romania′s big problem is it has remained captive to the European Union, some forward processors for the big European economy. I believe we should have the courage to get beyond the EU borders in terms of commerce, and this agreement virtually opens to us an unexpected opportunity. We are anyhow a bit slow when it comes to being conquerors, even beyond Romania′s borders, but particularly beyond the EU borders."

He added that with CETA coming into effect, 98 per cent of tariff barriers will be repealed as well as 93 per cent or rates and taxes on agri-food products.

"At the same time, the agreement will mean easier acknowledgment of the professional skills of Romanian employees, as well as participation in the biddings on the Canadian market," said Daraban.
He went on to say that the current agricultural exchanges with Canada generate 6.5 million Euro a year in Romania′s foreign trade revenues.

The CCIR senior official added that the agreement will come into force in some weeks′ time after being ratified by each national parliament of the European Union′s 27 member states as well as by the Canadian Government. He mentioned that, under the agreement, Romanian nationals will be allowed to travel visa free to Canada as from December 1, 2017.



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David E.H. Smith: on 2017-04-09 00:28:49
DECADES of LITIGATION AHEAD for WANNA-BE MILLIONAIRE CETA, et al, INVESTORS as Financially Ruinous & Unapproved Morphing of Treaty/'Arrangements' Punish Taxpaying Voters; The Global Corporate Assocs. will get it 'Even More Right' after Dark (without Scrutiny)? 'Coveted' Chinese investor(s) Not Amused

GETTING CETA, et al, nations to PAY The COMPENSATION WHY would the Citizens of any Semi-Democratic Country Allow its Corporately Lobbied Government to Sign a Treaty that is so Obviously 'Strangled at Birth' with Litigation
& its Gov't. Encourages Corporations to Punitively Punish the 'harmless' Citizens via Secret Tribunals?

Young, Canadian PM TRUDEAU SWEARS that Corporate Canada's Lobbyists, Party President GAINEY & LIBERALs may not have Known about HORRORs of The Residential Schools & The WAD ACCORD's COMPENSATION, et al?
****
TRUMP'S CORPORATE USA & MAY'S CORP. UK PROTECT TAXPAYERS from MASSIVE TREATY/'ARRANGEMENTS' LITIGATION COSTS & PENALTIES;
WHO'S NEXT TO EXIT?
SUING the GLOBAL CORPORATE ECONOMY;

The Basis for Litigation as an Investment (the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Canada-China Investment Treaty, CETA, et al).
'The SHAREHOLDERS & Corporations of America, the Trans-Pacific nations, the EU, Canada, China, et al
v.
The 'harmless' Canadian NON-shareholders, et al, both; Native & non Native'.

1) The most vulnerable Aboriginal Canadian community members (95% - 99% of Aboriginal Canadians) are being deprived of the due diligence information regarding the criteria for ascertaining the health & robustness of an Native Canadian community's economy.

2) A psychologist agreed that there is a relationship between the DEPRIVATION of the aforementioned information
and
the unconscionably high rates of SUICIDES, etc. that are found in many of the Aboriginal communities across Canada.

3) As a consequence of being deprived of the aforementioned information the most vulnerable Aboriginal Canadian community members, et al, are entitled to be Compensated as per The W.A.D. Accord.

4) The most vulnerable NON-Aboriginal Canadian community members (95% - 99% of NON Aboriginal Canadians) are being deprived of the information regarding the most vulnerable Aboriginal community members' deprivation the aforementioned criteria
and
are forced to pay billions for the NON criteria based Native enterprises that are unhealthy & which prevent the most vulnerable Native community members from obtaining the benefits of their robust economies.

5) As a means of avoiding, &/or, diluting any, &/or, all of corporate Canada's contribution to the aforementioned Compensation, corporate Canada is, & will continue, to pay considerations (lobbying) to the government of Canada via the executives of the political parties operating in Canada, et al, to promote the development of the superseding secret Tribunals of the present treaty 'arrangements' which have been designed to punitively punish the harmless Canadians non-shareholders, both; Native & non Native, for allegedly encumbering corporate Canada, its associates and their shareholders (ie. The Global Corporate Economy) from...
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