Happy enlargement!

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    >I wish this kind of unity could be formed in Aisa but that seems impossible for a few more centuries...

    well, you never know....things could happen a lot faster than you think....

    back in the 80's people thought the soviet union would probably be around for a long long time....then it collapsed....
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    Happy enlargement ? What is that supposed to mean ? I just sent my account number to the friendly nigerian guy who needed it for some kind of transaction. I'm just happy that Visa found out that my card is used without my permission and wants my card number to stop that... oh, you mean that enlargement ? Yeah, thats nice.
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    I heard an interesting bit about Estonia now being the most technilogically advanced country in the EU. It was on NPR - but I can no longer find the link....Anyway, I found that highly ammusing...
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    >I wish this kind of unity could be formed in Aisa but that seems impossible for a few more centuries...

    ASEAN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dante Shamest
    >I wish this kind of unity could be formed in Aisa but that seems impossible for a few more centuries...

    ASEAN.
    well thats there only for name sake... can ppl travel without VISA, work without a permit in a member country etc etc.. NOT POSSIBLE...

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    whoopee, we're even more in the s*** now! the EU is still majorly flawed and adding 10 members isn't going to improve things. oh well, at least prices should go down with smuggled goods

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    well thats there only for name sake... can ppl travel without VISA, work without a permit in a member country etc etc.. NOT POSSIBLE...
    But they have FTA (Free Trade Areas). Its a show of political and economic unity. That's the key thing.

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    I heard an interesting bit about Estonia now being the most technilogically advanced country in the EU. It was on NPR - but I can no longer find the link....Anyway, I found that highly ammusing...
    Depending on how this was measured, it's perfectly possible. The new members may be best ... per capita any day. It's not that hard, because although 10 new members of 26 sounds a lot, if you add all ten new members populations, it does not even add up to the population of Germany. With a lot less people, per capita comparisons don't make much sense
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