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MERCOSUR-Egypt Free Trade Agreement

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Syllabus of the Subject: Free Trade Agreement between the MERCOSUR and Egypt.

  1. Introduction to the Free Trade Agreement between the MERCOSUR and Egypt;
  2. International Trade between Egypt and the MERCOSUR (Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay);
  3. Certificate of Origin.

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Egypt-MERCOSUR Free Trade Agreement.

In 2010, the MERCOSUR (Southern Common Market) signed a free trade agreement (FTA) with the Arab Republic of Egypt.

The objectives of the Egypt-MERCOSUR (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay) Free Trade Agreement are:

  1. To increase and improve their economic cooperation;
  2. To raise the Standard of living of their populations;
  3. To eliminate the difficulties and restrictions on the International trade in goods, including the agricultural products;
  4. To promote, through the reciprocal trade growth, their economic relations development;
  5. To provide fair conditions for the international trade competition;
  6. To create the conditions for the further encouragement of the foreign direct investment (FDI) particularly for the joint investments development; and;
  7. To promote the international trade and cooperation between them.

The Egypt-MERCOSUR Free Trade Agreement is esteemed to facilitate the doubling of the international trade between the Arab Republic of Egypt and the member countries of the MERCOSUR (Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay).

The agreement will allow a preferential treatment for the Egyptian products entering into the Latin American markets and will reduce the cost of the Egyptian imports for the major items including sugar, meat, and soy oil.

Summary of the Arab Republic of Egypt-MERCOSUR Free Trade Agreement.

Chapter I: General Dispositions:

  1. Initial dispositions;
  2. Trade in Services and Products;
  3. Foreign Direct Investment.

Chapter II: definition of the concept of “originating products.”

  1. Criteria for originating products;
  2. Proof of origin;
  3. Certificates of origin (Control and verification).

Chapter III: Preferential Safeguards.

  1. Conditions for application of preferential safeguard measures;
  2. Investigation and transparency procedures.

Chapter IV: disputes settlement.

Chapter V: final dispositions.

  1. Annex: originating products in the MERCOSUR imported into Egypt;
  2. Annex: certificate of origin of the MERCOSUR-Egypt Agreement;
  3. Annex: code of conduct for arbitrators of arbitration tribunal;
  4. Annex: rules of procedure.

Foreign Trade MERCOSUR-Egypt.

  1. Top Latin American trade partners of Egypt are Brazil and Argentina;
  2. Foreign Trade between the Arab Republic of Egypt and Brazil reached USD 374.29 million between January and April with the Egyptian exports at USD 23.64 million and the Egyptian imports at USD 350.65 million.

The MERCOSUR belongs to the Latin American Economic Area (Western Civilization) and Egypt to the Islamic and African Civilization.

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