Posts Tagged China
10 May 2012 The proposed economic cooperation framework agreement (ECFA) between China and Taiwan could be signed during the first half of June this year confirmed the Taiwanese authorities.
12 May 2010, Brussels The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has agreed to invite Estonia, Israel and Slovenia to become members of the Organisation, its membership will grow to 34 countries. Before the admission, the three countries were reviewed by several commissions with respect to their compliance with OECD standards and benchmarks. The last country to became member was Chile earlier this year and membership talks with Russia are in progress. In the same time, the OECD is strengthening its growing partnership with major emerging economies, including Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and South Africa.
11 May 2012, Beijing China and Colombia agreed that the two countries should commence discussions on the feasibility of a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA). Among other areas, the deal should increase the access to the Chinese market for the Colombian livestock sector and boost bilateral trade and investment in energy and minerals.
8 May 2012, Beijing After the first round of negotiation between South Korea and China on their bilateral FTA, a trilateral agreement to include Japan will also be under discussion.
3 May 2012, Manila, Filipinas China, Japan and South Korea sought a formal agreement, a rare one on securities investment markets, in order to avoid “uncertainties and potential downside risks”. The three economical power agreed on to boost cross-investment in government bond markets in a move that is supposed to protect their financial markets from external shocks.