The top Executive Team of EU EXIM Business Group met with the Crypto Currency Roma E-Solidus Coin Marketing Leaders in London and Spain.
The Meeting Outlook was very positive and favorable for the Small and Medium Export-Import Companies from EU to Accept Digital Roma E-Solidus Coins. One of the main motivation factors was protection from daily currency price changes.
Roma E-Solidus coin will be one of the factors to Boost the Sales and improve profitability. Companies from Greece, Portugal, Slovenia, Italy, Spain, and UK will have the best opportunity for Growth and Trade within Europe and Asia, and Africa.
The Expectations and Forecast Target and projected date for using Roma E-Solidus Digital Coins is Early March 2017. Currently Digital mining operations have been started in Europe, Canada, China and Taiwan.
One of the Executives from EU EXIM Group commented that even the INTRA-EU Trade would improve because of Roma e-Solidus payment wallet.
European leaders meet in Brussels on Tuesday and Wednesday following the U.K.’s Brexit vote. Follow all the updates on our Brexit summit live blog.
Leaders will want clarification from British Prime Minister David Cameron on what happens next after the U.K.’s vote to leave the EU.
Cameron, likely to attend his last EU summit after he announced his resignation Friday, said he will leave it to his successor to decide what kind of future relationship the EU and Britain will have.
The EU is the UK"s biggest trading partner 'by far' according to the now infamous government leaflet sent out this week.
The government was criticised when it emerged that it had spent £9 million sending a pro-EU leaflet to every household in England.
Prime Minister David Cameron and a number of other Ministers are campaigning to keep Britain in the EU ahead of a referendum on June 23 known as "Brexit."
The leaflet says that the EU buys 44% of everything the UK sells abroad, and that leaving the EU would create "uncertainty and risk."
Germany is ‘Exportweltmeister’ (world champion in exporting) as it is phrased by the German media. Between 2000 and 2013 German exports increased by 154 percent compared to 127 percent in Spain, 98 percent in the UK, 79 percent in France and 72 percent in Italy. In addition, no other European country saw such a quick rebound in export growth after the financial crisis in 2009 as Germany. As a result, many observers see Germany as a leading role model of successful adjustment from the ‘sick man of Europe’ in the 2000s to an economic powerhouse today. What has contributed to this exceptional export performance of Germany compared to other European countries?
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