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India-Singapore Economic Agreement

Syllabus of the Subject: India-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement

  1. Introduction to the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement between India and Singapore
  2. International Trade in Goods between Singapore and India
  3. Foreign trade in services
  4. Benefits to Exporters
  5. Rules of Origin
  6. Investment Chapter of the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement between India and Singapore
  7. Asia-Africa Growth Corridor

Sample: India-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (FTA)
India-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (FTA)

The Subject “India-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:
  1. Masters: Business in Asia, Economic Relations, International Business
  2. Doctorates: Asian Business, World Trade
  3. Courses: Business in India, ASEAN Markets, Hinduism and Business

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Description: India-Singapore Exhaustive Economic Cooperation Agreement.

The Indie-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Agreement entry into force in 2005.

The India-Singapore Economic Cooperation Agreement includes:

  1. Free Trade Agreement (FTA) including the International trade in goods and services and foreign direct investment
  2. Bilateral agreement on the foreign direct investment promotion, protection, and cooperation
  3. Improved Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement
  4. More liberal Air transport Services Agreement and Open Skies for Charter Flights
  5. Work cooperation programme in health care, education, media, tourism, and creation

The sectors which Singapore gets preferential market access are business services, construction and related engineering services, financial services, telecommunication services, tourism and travel related services, and international transport services.

The objective of the chapter on investments of the India-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement is to promote and protect the foreign direct investment.

International Trade in Goods between Singapore and India

  1. Singapore accounts for 38% of the Indian foreign trade with the ASEAN markets and 3.4% of its total trade
  2. Top Indian exports products to Singapore are petroleum, gemstones, jewellers, machinery
  3. Top Indian imports from Singapore are electronic products, organic chemicals, and metals
  4. 50% of the Singaporean exports to India are “re-exports” products
  5. India is the tenth largest trading partner of Singapore

The India-Singapore Exhaustive Economic Cooperation Agreement belongs to:

  1. Hindu Economic Area
  2. Economic Area of the Buddhist Civilisation/Sinic Civilisation

Indian Free Trade Agreements: Sri Lanka, Thailand, Indonesia, ASEAN, South Korea, European Union, New Zealand, Africa-India, Mauritius, Canada, Australia, Gulf Cooperation Council, SACU, SAARC, BIMSTEC, APTA, ACU, EFTA, Chile, MERCOSUR, Andean Community...

Singaporean Free Trade Agreements: ASEAN (Australia, Canada, China, India, European Union, Japan, Korea, Russia, Pakistan), APEC, Indian-Ocean Rim Association, Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, Australia, China, Jordan, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Panama, Peru, EFTA, United States...

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