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Chile-Australia Free Trade Agreement



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Syllabus of the Subject: Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Chile and Australia.

  1. Introduction to the Australia-Chile Free Trade Agreement (FTA);
  2. Rules of Origin of the Australia-Chile FTA;
  3. Regional Value Content;
  4. Benefits of the Agreement for the Australian exporters;
  5. Foreign Trade (Import, Export) and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) between Australia and Chile.

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Chile-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
Chile-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA)

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Chile-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

The Chile-Australia Free Trade Agreement entered into force in 2009.

  1. The Chile-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) covers Foreign Trade in goods, services, and foreign direct investment;
  2. The Australia-Chile FTA eliminates instantly the tariffs on 92% of the tariff lines covering 97% of Chilean export products;
  3. Tariffs on all the existing products will be eliminated by 2015.

Summary of the Australia-Chile Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

  1. National Treatment and Market access for products;
  2. Rules of Origin and Certificate of Origin;
  3. Customs Administration;
  4. Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures;
  5. Technical Regulations, Standards, and Conformity Assessment Procedures;
  6. Trade Remedies;
  7. Cross-Border Trade in Services;
  8. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI);
  9. Telecommunications;
  10. Financial Services;
  11. Temporary Entry for Businessman;
  12. Competition Policy;
  13. Government Procurement;
  14. E-Commerce;
  15. Intellectual Property Rights;
  16. Cooperation;
  17. Transparency;
  18. Institutional agreements;
  19. Dispute Settlement.

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Foreign Trade between Australia and Chile.

  1. Chile is the third largest trade partner of Australia in Latin America, with a bilateral trade of USD 1,275 billion;
  2. Total trade in goods reached USD 883 million;
  3. The main Australian exports to Chile include coal (USD 136 million), beef, civil engineering equipment, specialized machinery, and parts;
  4. Australian Imports from Chile: USD 552 million;
  5. The main import products are copper (USD 295 million), lead ores and concentrates, pulp and waste paper, and wood;
  6. Foreign trade in services: USD 413 million, of which Australian service exports to Chile were USD 170 million;
  7. Australia is the fourth largest foreign investor in Chile, with USD 3 billion of foreign direct investment (FDI);
  8. Australian Foreign direct investment in Chile: 2,136 Australian USD.

Australian Free Trade Agreements (FTA): APEC, New Zealand, United States, Singapore, India, ASEAN, Gulf Cooperation Council, Indian-Ocean Rim Association, Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership...



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