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 == Taking Into Account the Interests of Small and Medium-Sized Companies == == Taking Into Account the Interests of Small and Medium-Sized Companies ==
    
-At the moment trade agreement smainly ​take into account the interests of global enterprises,​ while small and medium-sized companies rarely benefit. On the contrary, those companies will be increasingly ousted from the market. We want to change that.+At the moment trade agreements mainly ​take into account the interests of global enterprises,​ while small and medium-sized companies rarely benefit. On the contrary, those companies will be increasingly ousted from the market. We want to change that.
    
 == Social and Ecological Standards == == Social and Ecological Standards ==
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 We PIRATES consider self-determination of the people and privacy as self-evident. Therefore they also need to be respected and promoted in the context of trade agreements. As those principles apply to all people, the EU has to make sure that trade agreements will not allow their trading partners to breach them. On this account, we refuse to accept control mechanisms in trade agreements which contradict this position. We PIRATES consider self-determination of the people and privacy as self-evident. Therefore they also need to be respected and promoted in the context of trade agreements. As those principles apply to all people, the EU has to make sure that trade agreements will not allow their trading partners to breach them. On this account, we refuse to accept control mechanisms in trade agreements which contradict this position.
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 +===== PP-CAT: =====
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 + H) Degradation of Private Monopolies and Opening Markets (additional points proposed for the PPDE draft)
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 +* The EU and other industrialised countries should not force (e.g. at the occasion of the negotiation of trade agreements) less developed countries to accept IP provisions that are likely to be detrimental to the essential needs of health, education and development opportunities. They should not bully countries either that lawfully use the safeguards of existing agreements for public health or any other objectives (e.g. compulsory licenses of medicines).
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 + K) Taking Into Account the Interests of Small and Medium-Sized Companies (proposal to add the following introductory statement to this section of the PPDE draft)
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 +The EU should be more active in enforcing anti-monopoly and pro-competition policies.
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 +===== PP-SE: =====
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 + ​1.14.1.3 Privatisations only after a Referendum remove paragraph
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 +1.14.1.5 Social and Ecological Standards remove paragraph
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 +1.14.1.6 Trade Agreements Between Trading Partners With Huge Economic Disparities remove paragraph
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