India-Sri Lanka Agreement
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: India-Sri Lanka Comprehensive Economic
Partnership Agreement. Syllabus:
- Introduction to the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement between India and Sri Lanka
- India-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
- Certificate of origin
- International Trade India-Sri Lanka
Sample of the sub-subject: India-Sri Lanka Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement:
Sub-Subject Description: India-Sri Lanka
Economic Partnership Agreement
The India-Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement entry into force in 2000.
- The India-Sri Lanka Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement provides duty free market access to India and Sri Lanka.
- India has agreed to permit limited quantities of imports of tea and garments from Sri Lanka.
- The tea
quota will be 15 million kilogram annually and garments 8 million pieces.
Sri Lanka is the largest international trade partner nation of India in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation region.
- Bilateral trade between India and Sri Lanka has grown four times in the last nine years increasing from 658 million dollars in 2000 to 2.719 million dollars.
- Top exports from India to Sri Lanka are petroleum, international transport equipment, cotton, yarn fabrics, sugar, drugs pharmaceuticals, and fine chemicals.
- Top exports from Sri Lanka to India are spices, electrical, machinery, transport equipment, pulp
and waste, natural rubber, and paperboard.
India-Sri Lanka Economic Partnership Agreement belongs to the:
area of the Hindu Civilisation
- Economic Area of the Buddhist Civilisation
India Free Trade Agreements (FTA)