So here’s some interesting news from the BBC. Seems if you don’t get the decision you are after, well… we’ll just extend the meeting until we do. It’s a bit like the Irish EU Treaty referendum; when a “No” means “Keep asking us”.
In any case. It’s not good for the developed world. Because whatever the case, it will mean more tax, higher prices and more unbalanced and biased competition from India and China (who face no such restrictions).
Bitter? Just try and imagine if the shoe was on the other foot. If we set higher prices on India and China. Exactly.