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Syllabus of the Subject: India-Thailand Free Trade Agreement

  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.

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Thailand-India Free Trade Agreement.

In 2001, India and Thailand agreed to improve the economic cooperation in Foreign Trade and Foreign direct investment (FDI)  and study the viability of establishing a free-trade area between Thailand and 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 a 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 eighty-two tariff reduction items of product, 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:

  1. Hindu Economic Area;
  2. Buddhist Economic Area.

Transport Corridors:

  1. Asia-Africa Corridor;
  2. East-West Corridor (Myanmar-Vietnam).

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