Danish PM, Fogh Rasmussen, is on an official visit to SDMB’s all time favourite president: Mr. Bush. Today at Berkeley University Fogh will propose a trans-Atlantic free trade zone, build on the form and experience gained from the EEC.
Sounds like a stellar idea to me, as long as it can be kept strictly to the economic sphere. Any chance in hell a thing like this will take off in the foreseeable future? Who would oppose it? France perhaps, as far as they still see the EU as a tool with which to oppose the US. Germany and France and other western European states that fear the US “unfettered capitalism”?