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From: Prime Minister Gabriel Costa.

To: King Koku.

Subject: Negotiations

We are more than happy to recive yours miniters and open this negotiation with The Kingdom of Koku, you are allowed to send them when you want.

Talking about the bussiness, we have strongs taxes for the foreing products becouse we need protect ours industries. But, I think that we can accord a potental reduction in tarrifs between us. This point is going to be talked with yours ministers.

Waiting your answer,

Gabriel Costa,

Prime Minister of Argenland.

 

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To : Prime Minister Gabriel Costa, Argenland.

From : Koku, Koku Kingdom.

Warm wish to Mr. Prime Minister.

We are pleased to have your respond.

About trading, we do not have intention to compete with sensitive local goods, but offer and seek for products which are not available at the moment in both our nations.

We can trade at lowest tariff on the items in need (both concent), and remain the current tariffs on the sensitive local products (as to protect our local industries).

Tell us what you have in excess for trade, or which goods you have interest in.

 

I am certain that we shall very much benefit from our closer cooperation.

With high regards,

Koku, King of Koku Kingdom.

 

 

 

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From: Prime Minister Gabriel Costa.

To: King Koku.

Greetings King Koku.

Answering your telegram, I can say you that one of the excess of our nation is the meet; like meet of cow, rabbish, chicken and others animals of farms.

Something that Argenland needs is somes trophicals fruits like bananas, oranges, and others; becouse Argenland haven't this type of cultives. I thinked that maybe Koku can provide it to our nation.

 

Best regards,

Gabriel Costa,

Prime Minister of Argenland.

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To : Prime Minister Gabriel Costa, Argenland.

From : Koku, Koku Kingdom.

 

Warm wish to Mr. Prime Minister.

We are pleased to have your reply. It's well known that Argenland has the best quality beef in Europa, and our traders would love to purchase them.

For "rabbish", we are not sure if we understand the word correctly if it is "rabbit" animal or "rubbish" junks.. As for "junks" we also sell them to the third world countries, where they still value used cloths, electronics, plastics, and metals.

We also have interest in buying other meats such as chicken, lamb, turkey, and ostrich but the quantity should be considerably lower than that of beef.

 

On our side, we have plenty of automobiles, electronics, house decoratives, jewelry, hand made things such as quilt, bronzware, silk products, etc.

As you discussed about fruits, we have various kinds of fruits, both Europa and tropicals (our ancestors bought variety of plants and culture from far east).

Bananas and oranges are local fruits, including many others like guava, durian, rambutan, lychee, jack fruit, snake fruit, mango, longan, apple, macardemia, and plums. We also have limited cultivation area but we have agricultural technologies. Your people should certainly enjoy our fine quality tasty fruits. Please let us know your interests.

 

On the other hand, we would like you to consider a trade agreement. We have attached below a draft agreement like what we have signed with Amnalos, which is not complicate but covers all the essential agreements in trading. Do feel free to review and comment.

We look forward to a closer collaboration between our two nations. We await your reply. With kind regards, Koku.

PS. I heard that you also have very fine quality coffee and emerald too, aren't you?

Trade agreement between Koku and Argenland

 

I. All articles herein shall apply in all matters of trade between the undersigned nations.

 

II. The spirit of this document is to foster good will between the nations of Koku and Argenland. This ideal is to be held in good faith.

 

III. The government of both nations shall facilitate the warehouses and transport facilities for the use of the other nation's industry and merchantry, to manage the storage and movement of goods through the nation. Trading agreements will be bound by the law of the land where it is made or signed. Criminal and justice matter will be handled by the law of the land where incidence takes place. This article also states the cooperation of the criminal transfer between the two nations.

 

IV. Both nations shall provide safety and safe passage of the other nation's merchants as they do to the locals.

 

V. A tariff of no more than 5% over the local selling price shall be imposed on goods sold, and no transport tariff of more than 3% of transport costs shall be imposed on goods moving through the country. Both nations may have a list of their local products which are sensitive industry, and the products will be treated differently in terms of tax and tariff. The list may be reviewed or amend periodically with concent from both nations.

 

Signed:

The Kingdom of Koku [X]

The Nation of Argenland [ ]

PS. article V is slightly modified to your concern on sensitive local products.

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To : King Koku, Koku.

From : Prime Minister Gabriel Costa, Argenland.

 

First, I want say you that the problem of the "rabbish" was a problem of typing of my assistant, and the correct word is rabbit.

Second, we are pleased to buy agricultural technologies and somes electronics. However, trading automobiles isn't a good idea becouse it is one of the most important industries of Argenland.

Third, our industries in coffee and emerald is good, but so limited. We think that it should be negociated.

Best wishes,

G. Costa.

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Trade agreement between Koku and Argenland

 

I. All articles herein shall apply in all matters of trade between the undersigned nations.

 

II. The spirit of this document is to foster good will between the nations of Koku and Argenland. This ideal is to be held in good faith.

 

III. The government of both nations shall facilitate the warehouses and transport facilities for the use of the other nation's industry and merchantry, to manage the storage and movement of goods through the nation. Trading agreements will be bound by the law of the land where it is made or signed. Criminal and justice matter will be handled by the law of the land where incidence takes place. This article also states the cooperation of the criminal transfer between the two nations.

 

IV. Both nations shall provide safety and safe passage of the other nation's merchants as they do to the locals.

 

V. A tariff of no more than 5% over the local selling price shall be imposed on goods sold, and no transport tariff of more than 3% of transport costs shall be imposed on goods moving through the country. Both nations may have a list of their local products which are sensitive industry, and the products will be treated differently in terms of tax and tariff. The list may be reviewed or amend periodically with concent from both nations.

 

Signed:

The Kingdom of Koku [X]

The Nation of Argenland [X]

 

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To : Prime Minister Gabriel Costa, Argenland.

From : Koku, Koku Kingdom.

 

Warm wish to Mr. Prime Minister.

We are so delighted to receive your reply and the signed agreement.

 

First, let us clarify ourselves that we are more than pleased to sell variety of our agricultural products (as the list earlier sent to you).

The deal will be up to both our traders' discussion. Our Trade minister, however, can help the contacting or facilitating the matters.

 

Regarding the agricultural technologies, there are two kinds of technologies ; one is what we government-business joint research and giving advise to all our agri-business operators. This, we gladly share our best practice with you.

The other kind of technology is developed by our private corporate and it is up to their intension whether to share or not. For what it's worth, I have given my instruction to the government body to held as their policy that, as an open country, they must cooperate and share to friend nations so as all can truly benefit from the relations. Do send your agri-businessmen down here for a visit and technology tour.

 

For the electronics, it is similar, the deal will be up to both our traders' discussion with or without our Trade minister as a contact point.

 

For the automobiles, no problem, everyone has to protect their major local industry.

 

That your industries in coffee and emerald is good, but so limited... Our business people can join venture the agri-business and mining. Both our industries here has considerable advance mining technology in Europa and joint venture should definitely boost your production, and growth of your industries. If you do not mind, our business people from the two industries would visit and discuss details with each other at Argenland.

 

Lastly, we would like to propose that we set up embassy between our two nations. This will promote trade, facilitate travellers, and good for our relations.

 

It's been a pleasure knowing that we have manythings to offer and share.

We look forward to a closer collaboration between our two nations.

With kind regards,

Koku.

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To : Koku, Koku Kingdom.

From : Prime Minister Gabriel Costa, Argenland.

 

First, I must send you my apologies for the time since you send me the last telegram, becouse I was talking with my ministers about this.

Im very short of time, so I only want response your telegram:

 

Regarding the agricultural technologies, there are two kinds of technologies ; one is what we government-business joint research and giving advise to all our agri-business operators. This, we gladly share our best practice with you.

The other kind of technology is developed by our private corporate and it is up to their intension whether to share or not. For what it's worth, I have given my instruction to the government body to held as their policy that, as an open country, they must cooperate and share to friend nations so as all can truly benefit from the relations. Do send your agri-businessmen down here for a visit and technology tour.

 

We think that the best option is the first kind of technology.

 

For electronics, I think that we can export it to Argenland with a lower tax than the rest.

 

That your industries in coffee and emerald is good, but so limited... Our business people can join venture the agri-business and mining. Both our industries here has considerable advance mining technology in Europa and joint venture should definitely boost your production, and growth of your industries. If you do not mind, our business people from the two industries would visit and discuss details with each other at Argenland.

 

I agree with your idea of your business people can visit Argenland and discuss here this, if you want.

 

Best wishes,

Prime Minister Gabriel Costa.

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To : Prime Minister Gabriel Costa, Argenland.

From : Koku, Koku Kingdom.

 

Warm wish to Mr. Prime Minister.

 

Regarding the agri-business technology, I suggest two kinds of cooperation;

One is the exchange of observations by experts from both our nations. In this, our ministers of agriculture can coordinate the matter.

The other kind of cooperation is that we exchange students of agriculture study.

In this, the minister of Education can liaise each other for arrangement. I believe there will be many other fields of study we expand to in the future.

 

Regarding coffee and emerald, our business people can join venture the agri-business and mining. Again, I believe that we have technology and funding to contribute to growth of these business sectors in your country. Our business men are on their way to Argenland now.

 

I look forward to our joint prosperity.

With high regards,

Koku, King of Koku kingdom.

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