Bill: Foreign Investment and Trade act of 3924
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: December 3924
|Increasing investment in our economy means more economic growth, more jobs with higher pay and technology exchange.|
Reciprocal tariffs means that we will make agreenments with other countries to arrange free trade, lowering tariffs for our exporters.
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy regarding foreign investments.
Old value:: Foreign investors may invest in national companies, but may not get a majority share.
Current: Local governments regulate foreign investments.
Proposed: Foreign investors may freely invest in national companies.
Old value:: The nation allows for imports, but imposes protectionist tariffs and quotas on all imports.
Current: The nation allows for imports, but imposes tariffs and quotas in certain areas.
Proposed: The nation imposes reciprocal tariffs on imports, with no tariffs imposed on states which impose no tariffs on our exports.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||03:47:55, October 19, 2015 CET||From||Progressive Socialist Party (PRO-SPA)||To||Debating the Foreign Investment and Trade act of 3924|
|Message||Mr(s) Speaker; |
We can't agree with the first article. Our national companies should be managed only by national investors. The economic growth you're aiming for, is sadly not happening within our borders, not if these companies are controlled elsewhere. We should keep Alorian money, in Aloria.
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