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Thailand-India Free Trade Agreement

Syllabus of the Sub-subject: India-Thailand Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

  1. Introduction to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Thailand and India
  2. India-Thailand Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement
  3. International Trade in Goods, Services, and Investment
  4. Rules of Origin for Early Harvests Scheme
The Sub-subject “India-Thailand Free Trade Agreement (FTA)” is part of the following programs:
  1. Masters (e-learning): Asia, BRICS Countries, Pacific, Economic Relations, Global Business
  2. Doctorate in Business in Asia
  3. Course: India

Languages of study English or Spanish India French Inde Portuguese India

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Sample of the Sub-subject: Thailand-India Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
India-Thailand Free Trade Agreement (FTA)

Description of the Sub-Subject: Thailand-India Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

In 2001, India and Thailand agreed to improve the economic cooperation in international trade and Foreign direct investment (FDI) and to study the viability of establishing a free-trade area Thailand-India.

  1. The Thailand-India Free Trade Agreement (FTA) entry into force in 2004
  2. Thailand and India have reached a free trade agreement on foreign trade in products that incorporates tariff reduction (and/or elimination) under the normal and sensitive track
  3. Thailand and India have agreed upon 'Change in Tariff Sub-Heading + Local Content of 35%' as the general rule for consideration the origins of products
  4. The India-Thailand Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement also specifies tariff reduction of eighty-two items of products, embracing products of interest for Thailand and India: fruits (apple, durian, mango), processed food products, gems and jewelry, iron and steel products, Automotive parts, electronic products, and electrical appliances

The Thailand-India Free Trade Agreement belongs to the:

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

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