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Jim Carr
My sincere thanks to my friends, representing 11 countries, the EU & DG Azevêdo, for your commitment & resolve around . Our collective prosperity & success relies on stable, transparent & reliable systems. I look forward to seeing you all again in January.
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K.2018073 26 Oct 18
Saying hello.
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Bright Eyes 26 Oct 18
Replying to @jimcarr_wpg @wto
Is WTO also in bed with the UN? Read the Link above about the UN. and be aware of the UN's Power over the World. The UN has a Gag Order out on all World Leaders now, as they want every country to have Open Borders, allowing people to cross into anywhere.
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Hugh Howe 26 Oct 18
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Hugh Howe 26 Oct 18
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Carol Lever 27 Oct 18
Thinking matters, in today's global network, since all countries can benefit in so many ways using technology to promote community safety, urban development, linking international business consortium s' together to utilize best practices, engaging public interest, politics.
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Gunther Fehlinger 27 Oct 18
Replying to @jimcarr_wpg @wto and 3 others
ETR is against such soul searching. . sure all organisation require reforms - but in principle WTO works well. What is needs is new enlargement round with West supporting @WTOAccessions of11 new countries as fast as possible 173
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Gunther Fehlinger 27 Oct 18
Replying to @jimcarr_wpg @wto and 19 others
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Roja Kompany 27 Oct 18
Dont we feel Min. Bennett is making same mistake in BC to make consensus as Kathleen Wynne did in ON by shutting coal plants. Many indigenous leaders signed agreement of reconcilliation with Trudeau; Waiting for every single of indigenous to say yes, doesnt comply with democracy
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