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Re: EU - US free trade deal is a UNIQUE opportunity

Postby Maximus » Thu Mar 28, 2013 4:49 pm

Viewpoint wrote:
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Viewpoint wrote:Dont you people get tired of these doom and gloom tactics when it happens you can gloat but predicting something and it doesnt happen just makes you stupid.


who is predicting..................................

The Customs Union has begun to work completely against Turkey" Turkish Economy Minister Zafer Çağlayan told daily Hürriyet.

“This would have a huge negative effect on our trade with the US,” Rızanur Meral said, president of the Turkish Confederation of Business-men and Industrialists (TUSKON), "This is a great danger for Turkey."


How long has it been this way? you dont wont to lose any opprtunity do you.man you must really be raised hating..shouldnt you concentrate on salvaging your own economy?


I want to talk about this topic, on this thread, at this time. Is that ok with you?
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Re: EU - US free trade deal is a UNIQUE opportunity

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Mar 28, 2013 6:09 pm

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Viewpoint wrote:Would that be anything like the GC economy?


No, it would be much worse, we at least have a population that is literate and can find work abroad.


Do you know how many Turks work or live abroad?


...the "we", CBBB expresses, i understand to be Cypriots living in the Republic, to be clear, are you saying Cypriots in the north can say the same as "Turks"?

...indeed, it would not surprise me if there are more Turkish Cypriots, like their counterparts Greek Cypriots, who live abroad, than on the island.

...indeed, Free Trade will hurt Turkey; not up for healthy competition, the bubble grows.
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