EU team to arrive for EBA talks

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EU team to arrive for EBA talks

Post by Artisan » Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:03 pm

According PPP an EU delegation will come next week discussing whether or not to withdraw EBA.
Imagine them seeing all those luxury cars and dito SUV's on the road, maybe even triple parked.
Or they take the less scenic route with nothing but overloaded vans, fish foaming Toyota Camry's, push bikes and so on.
What do you think will happen economically if EBA has been withdrawn? e.g. Garment industry might be relocated to another country. Imported goods will be more expensive etc.
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Re: EU team to arrive for EBA talks

Post by Queef » Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:24 pm

Artisan wrote:
Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:03 pm
According PPP an EU delegation will come next week discussing whether or not to withdraw EBA.
Imagine them seeing all those luxury cars and dito SUV's on the road, maybe even triple parked.
Or they take the less scenic route with nothing but overloaded vans, fish foaming Toyota Camry's, push bikes and so on.
What do you think will happen economically if EBA has been withdrawn? e.g. Garment industry might be relocated to another country. Imported goods will be more expensive etc.
The EU has a satellite office near HS's house. I'm sure the delegation is fully aware of the thousands of luxury rides cruising around PP. I wonder if dealing with traffic, the heat, the stench, and other details peculiar to SEA will negatively impact their decision.

If EBA is withdrawn, companies will just move to the next country with favorable (enslaving) policies. Garment workers may suffer but then again, I doubt that any of those companies give a flying fuck about the well-being of the local population.

If the EU does withdraw EBA, I wonder if more families will encourage their daughters to hustle. Will this impact the price of a quick boom boom? I'm just hoping Cambodia won't turn into the pedo capital of the world.
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Re: EU team to arrive for EBA talks

Post by Duncan » Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:30 pm

Artisan wrote:
Wed Mar 13, 2019 1:03 pm
According PPP an EU delegation will come next week discussing whether or not to withdraw EBA.
Imagine them seeing all those luxury cars and dito SUV's on the road, maybe even triple parked.
Or they take the less scenic route with nothing but overloaded vans, fish foaming Toyota Camry's, push bikes and so on.
What do you think will happen economically if EBA has been withdrawn? e.g. Garment industry might be relocated to another country. Imported goods will be more expensive etc.


The UE delegation are a part of the ''gravy train ''. They wont make a decision soon or their perk jobs may finish. They will complicate the situation by saying that the British Brixet will have to be a part of and involved in the decision .

Sorry but I dont know FA about it and care even less.
Cambodia,,,, Don't fall in love with her.
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