Market Access - Free Trade Agreements

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Free Trade Agreements (FTA) related to the country

Doing Business in - Market Access

Almost all countries have some trade agreement or treaty of free trade with third countries. The exporter should know the existence and main features of these agreements because they have a direct bearing on the competitiveness of exports to that market.

Market Access

If we wish to export to Singapore and our country does not have a free trade agreement (FTA) with this country; we will be at a disadvantage compared to a Chinese company since both countries belong to the ASEAN + 3 (comprising all ASEAN countries, China, Japan, and South Korea).

A company wishing to export to Singapore must know the existence of the next Free Trade Agreements:

  1. Singapore Free Trade Agreements: Australia, China, Jordan, India, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Panama, Peru, the European Free Trade Association (EFTA), the United States, Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement.
  2. Singapore's Free Trade Agreements (FTA) (as a member of the ASEAN): ASEAN Free Trade Area, Australia-New Zealand, China, India, Japan, Korea.

The e-campus shows Free Trade Agreements affecting this market, in this case, to Singapore:
Singapore FTA

For every free trade agreement, the e-campus offers detailed information about the agreement: an explanation of the agreement, official texts, certificate of origin, bilateral trade, business opportunities, or the websites of the agreements.

Free Trade Agreement

EENI has about 350 Trade Agreements documented and registered in the e-campus.

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