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This does not mean that security concerns are unimportant; but we know that creating prosperity diminishes insecurity and that freeing up trade is a means of creating prosperity. From:Jamie Fortescue The European Spirits Organisation – CepsBrussels In an article ahead of the 10 December EU-India Summit, Richard Gowan and Sushant K. Singh (“India and Europe still need each other”, EuropeanVoice.com, 9 December) wrote that “rather than get bogged down in disputes about liquor tariffs (one reported obstacle), European and Indian officials should concentrate on a catalogue of shared security concerns…”. I beg to differ. The EU-India free-trade agreement currently being negotiated is of utmost commercial importance to both parties. The agreement will be the biggest ever bilateral trade deal concluded by the EU and its centrality to EU-India relations was demonstrated by the agreement reached at last week’s summit to seal the deal in early 2011. As for liquor tariffs – at 150% – these are not a mere distraction, but a huge obstacle to EU-India trade. Given that India is the world’s biggest whisky market, that spirits are the EU’s most important agri-food export (worth €5.7 billion in 2009) and that the share of EU spirits in the Indian market today is less than 1% because of these tariffs, the issue is clearly central to the conclusion of a successful free-trade agreement.
A positive attitude during a chance meeting has raised nearly $40,000 for a homeless man and his two-year-old son.James Moss and his son, Zhi, left New York for a job and new residence in Colorado.Both of those opportunities fell through as the little family arrived. They had no food, shelter, or car — and his bus tickets back to New York had been stolen.Wandering down a street in Denver, Mr. Moss just happened to run into a UK television host shooting a show about random acts of kindness called #GoBeKind.RELATED: Counting Her Blessings, Mom Turns $5 into $3,500 for “The Paper Man”Host Leon Logothetis captured a moving and inspiring interview with the young father, who could have been bitter or depressed, but was neither.“I guarantee in a month’s time, I’ll make anything that I need to happen, happen,” James said. “You have to be brought down to your humblest point, so you can appreciate other things that are waiting for you.”Logothetis was so touched by Moss’ attitude, he paid for a week’s stay in a hotel for the father and son and gave them $1,000.But, indeed, there were “other things waiting” for the optimist.WATCH: A Church Tips Pizza Driver $1,000 After Sermon on KindnessA stranger in Kansas who saw the interview on YouTube started a GoFundMe campaign for the New York pair, and in only a week, it has raised $39,000 for the family.The money should help Moss and Zhi move out of a homeless shelter and even buy a car to get to his new job. That’s right—after the video aired, Moss landed a new job as a barber in Denver. It’s only been a week, but his guarantee of a “month’s time” is coming true, thanks in large part to a chance meeting on a Colorado street.(WATCH the GoBeKind video above – and the Latest UPDATE from KMGH-TV, below)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore