The Peru - Singapore Free trade agreement covers:
International trade in products, rules
and certificate of origin,
trade remedies, sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures,
technical barriers to foreign trade, trade in services,
Foreign direct investment, government procurement,
customs procedures, temporary entry of persons, competition policy, institutional
dispositions and dispute settlement.
The Singapore Peru Free trade agreement entered into force in 2009.
Exports of the Republic of Singapore to the
Republic of Peru will benefit from duty free treatment
upon entry into force of the Singapore Peru Free trade agreement (87% of
total exports products of Singapore to Peru). Tariffs for the rest of the export products exported by
Singapore to Peru will be eliminated over a 10 year period.
The Republic of Peru is the 17th biggest trade partner
of Singapore in Latin America, with foreign trade in 2007 valued at 37.2
biggest destination for produced exports in Southeast Asia of the Republic
Singapore Free trade agreements
- Peru Free trade agreements
Singapore Peru Free trade agreement
Peru - Singapur FTA, in Spanish:
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