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> Uk Independence Referendum - Brexit, Yes or No on EU membership
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JAGZ1876
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If it's going to be “catastrophic” for Ireland you can multiply that by 27 for the UK as they try to do trade deals with the countries they already have trade deals with. yes.gif
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QUOTE (JAGZ1876 @ 19th Jan 2018, 12:22pm) *
If it's going to be “catastrophic” for Ireland you can multiply that by 27 for the UK as they try to do trade deals with the countries they already have trade deals with. :yes:


Jagz, where did you get the figure 27 from? A catastophe is just that. You can't get any worse.

You are what we used to call a barrack room lawyer. Someone that shouts at the rest of us, because you think are so much more intelligent than the rest of us.

Lets take some examples. At present, depending on the time of year, much of the fruit in the shops comes from Spain. Are you telling me that Spanish fruit growers are going to say, "No more of our fruit goes to the UK"?

Are you going to tell me that countries in South America, South Africa, and countries like Canada, Australia, New Zealand, are not sitting quietly in the background, waiting to negotiate trade deals with the UK?

This is how we survived during World War II. There were no trade deals with Europe!

You seem to have missed out, that our hands are tied at the moment for doing trade deals with these non-EU countries.

How about giving us some hard facts to back up your asseration. Tell us the value of non-food items we import from the EU, and the value of these same items we import from the Far East.

Remember to include in your figures, this catagory of products that are initially imported from China to EU countries like Spain, then sent to the UK as exports from an EU country. Nice wee trick of manipulating the trade figures.

Gullible Danny
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Canada's largest trading partners...

USA
Europe
UK
and other countries .

Also canada has, NAFTA' = North american free trade
agreement since the 1990's that is now being renegotiated
but it looks like Trump is doing his utmost to put a spoke
in the wheel .




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QUOTE (angel @ 20th Jan 2018, 12:30am) *
Canada's largest trading partners...

USA
Europe
UK
and other countries .

Also canada has, NAFTA' = North american free trade
agreement since the 1990's that is now being renegotiated
but it looks like Trump is doing his utmost to put a spoke
in the wheel .


China is Canada's second largest trading partner, the USA .
is Canada's largest partner.




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