Japan-Chile Free Trade Agreement (Course)

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Syllabus of the Subject: Japan-Chile Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

  1. Introduction to the Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement between Chile and Japan
  2. Japan-Chile Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
  3. Foreign Trade Liberalisation
  4. Foreign Trade between Chile and Japan

The Subject “Japan-Chile Free Trade Agreement (FTA)” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Masters: Business in America, International Business, Foreign Trade, Asia
  2. Doctorates: American Business, Asian Business, Global Trade
  3. Diploma: Business in South America

Master and Doctorates in International Business adapted to the Japanese Students

The course materials are available in Master in International Business in English Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Japón-Chile Study, Master in International Business in French Japon-Chili

Online Students, Master in International Business

Erik Bruzzone, Chile (Professor, EENI Business School) Erik Bruzzone, EENI Business School & HA University Chilean Professor





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Description of the Sub-Subjec: Japan-Chile Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

The Japan-Chile Free Trade Agreement entered into force in 2007.

  1. The Chile-Japan Free Trade Agreement (FTA) is necessary for the Republic of Chile because Japan is the ninth largest import partner and the second export partner
  2. The transition period for Japan and the Republic of Chile is fifteen years (2022)
  3. However, much of the bilateral trade has been liberalised since the implementation of the Japan-Chile Free Trade Agreement

The foreign trade liberalisation in the Japan-Chile Free Trade Agreement applies to:

  1. International Trade in Services
  2. Foreign direct investment (FDI)
  3. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
  4. Access to international public procurement and
  5. Competition Policy

Many agricultural export products and some industrial exports were excluded from the Japan-Chile Free Trade Agreement (FTA).



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