Posts Tagged bilateral free trade agreement (FTA)

News about FTAs

* Australia signs FTA with Japan
Japan and Australia signed a historic free trade agreement.
Read more here.
* South Korea & Australia Inked FTA
South Korea and Australia signed a comprehensive, high level FTA as per their comments.
Check here for more.
* Mexico & Panama – FTA
Mexico and Panama signed a free trade agreement (FTA). Panama’s desire is to join latter to the Pacific Alliance (PA) trade bloc.
Read more here.
* Mercosur & EFTA to Start FTA Talks
EFTA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland) and Mercosur member states (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Venezuela) will start discussions on a free trade agreement (FTA) in the coming months.
Find more following the link.

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More Trade News in Brief – Week 35 (20 – 26 August 2012)

* US Against Greater International Internet Regulation
7 August 2012
The US Government expressed its opposition to any proposal that would give regulatory control of the internet to the United Nations (UN), under The International Telecommunications Regulations (ITRs).
* Canada Looks for Improving its GCS
21 August 2012
The Canadian government is consulting on improving its Global Commerce Strategy (GCS) for 2013 in order to expand and consolidate trade and investment ties with key markets.
Under the GCS, from its beginning in 2007, Canada has concluded new free trade agreements (FTAs) with nine countries, new foreign investment promotion and protection agreements with 11 countries and opened trade offices in the fast-growing priority markets of Brazil, China and India.
* Russia & Philippines Ratify Maritime Labour Convention, 2006
21 August 2012
The United Nations International Labour Organization (ILO) announced the ratification of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC, 2006) by Russia and the Philippines.
Read more here.
* South Korea & Costa Rica Agreed To Explore FTA
22 August 2012, Seoul
South Korea and Costa Rica have agreed to study the possibility of a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA).

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