The Singapore - Jordan Free trade agreement and the Singapore - Jordan
bilateral Foreign direct investment Treaty (BIT) came into force in 2005.
The Singapore - Jordan Free trade agreement facilitates the way for the removal of import tariffs on 100% of products exported
for the Republic of Singapore to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, within 10 years from entry into force
of the FTA. 48% of the Republic of Singapore
export products enter Jordan duty-free.
An additional 44.6% of Singapore export products will benefit from an
immediate cost advantage over other nations without an Free trade agreement
with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
All products under the Singapore - Jordan Free trade agreement need
only fulfill a general Rule of Origin of a moderately low limit of
35% local content. For textile and apparel export products, specific process
Singapore - Jordan Free trade agreement
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