Sub-subject: APEC's Free Trade Agreements (FTA) - Asia-Pacific Region. Syllabus:
Sample of the Sub-subject: APEC's Free Trade Agreement:
Sub-Subject Description: Asia-Pacific Region (APEC) Free Trade Agreements (FTA).
The APEC identifies the critical function that Regional Trade Agreements and Free Trade Agreements can perform in regional trade liberalisation in the Asia-Pacific Region region.
The APEC was followed by the foundation of the ASEa Free Trade Agreement in 1992. However, many Asian economies (Singapore, South Korea, Japan, and the People's Republic of China) also have launched to pursue Trade Agreements. Singapore is has finished thirteen Free Trade Agreements.
There also have been multilateral Free Trade Agreements (FTA) initiatives in the Asia-Pacific region.
China has entered into a Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with the ASEAN, and the chapter on foreign trade in products of the ASEAN-Korea entered into force in 2007.
The Agreement between Japan and ASEAN was signed in 2008.
ASEAN multilateral initiatives include a proposal for an ASEAN-India economic partnership and a recent decision to convert the long-standing bilateral trade cooperation between ASEAN-Australia and New Zealand into a Free Trade Agreements.
Mains Free Trade Agreements:
New Zealand-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (FTA)