EENI-Business School

EFTA-Ukraine FTA Agreement

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject: Ukraine-European Free Trade Association Free Trade Agreement. Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the Ukraine-European Free Trade Association (EFTA) Free Trade Agreement
  2. Topics covered by the Ukraine-EFTA FTA
  3. Foreign Trade between the European Free Trade Association's Countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) and Ukraine
Sub-subject “Ukraine-European Free Trade Association FTA” is studied...
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Europe, Emerging Markets
  2. Courses: EFTA States, Eastern Europe
  3. Doctorate: Europe

Languages of study English Spanish EFTA French Association européenne de libre-échange Portuguese AELC.

Master in International Business for:

  1. Ukrainian Students
  2. EFTA's Students: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland

Sample of the subject - European Free Trade Association-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement:
EFTA-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement (FTA)

Description of the Sub-Subject: European Free Trade Association (EFTA)-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement.

Entry into force of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA)-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement: June 2012 (Signed: June 2010)

The main purpose of the EFTA-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement is to set-up a free trade area through the liberalisation of the bilateral commerce (removal of the barriers to trade and investment).

The European Free Trade Association-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement (FTA) covers:

  1. Trade in Services
  2. Trade in Goods (industrial and processed agricultural goods, fish and other marine products)
  3. Government Procurement
  4. Intellectual Property Rights
  5. Investment
  6. Competition
  7. Dispute Settlement
  8. Institutional Provisions
  9. ...

Bilateral agreements on basic agricultural products between the EFTA States (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) and Ukraine.

Rules of origin: based on the Pan-Euro-Mediterranean model.

The EFTA States belong to the European Economic Area and Ukraine to the Economic Area of the Orthodox Civilisation.



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