New DTA Protocols
Switzerland has signed protocols to its double taxation agreements (DTAs) with Norway and Albania.
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EFTA and Georgia Start FTA Talks
The member states of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and Georgia held a first round of negotiations towards a free trade agreement (FTA).
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New Zealand Seeks Signature of Gulf FTA
New Zealand is looking for a free trade agreement with the Gulf States.
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The European Union (EU) and South Korea are seeking to urge the ratification of the free trade agreement (FTA) between them. The FTA would remove progressing all tariffs and as many non-tariff barriers between the two economies over three to five years.
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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.
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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.
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3 May 2012, Basel
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, under the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), published the revised Fundamental Review of the Trading Book – Consultative Document.
The document includes a revised market risk framework and proposes several measures to improve trading book capital requirements.
For more information please follow the link and the document can be consulted here.
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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.
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