U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement

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Syllabus of the Subject: United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (Course)

  1. Introduction to the United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA)
  2. Main benefits of the United States-Colombia Trade Agreement
  3. United States-Colombia trade relations
  4. Business Opportunities for the U.S. Exporters in Colombia. Strategic sectors
  5. Access to the Colombian market. Steps for importing to Colombia
  6. Chapter on Trade in Services and Investment
  7. Calculation of the import duties

The Subject “United States-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
  2. Doctorates: American Business, Global Trade
  3. Courses: Business in the Andean Markets, United States

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United States, Master Doctorate Business Online Master of Science in International Business for the U.S. Students

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United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (Course)





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Description of the Online Subject: United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA)

The United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) enter into force in 2012.

The United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement will:

  1. Eliminates the tariffs and other Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT)
  2. Expand the foreign trade between the United States and Colombia and
  3. Promote the economic growth

The United States-Republic of Colombia Free Trade Agreement will remove the important external barriers to trade to the United States export products from entering into the Colombian market.

  1. 80% of the United States exports of consumer and industrial products to the Republic of Colombia will become duty-free instantly (remaining tariffs eliminated over ten years)
  2. Tariff reductions in the United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement is estimated that will expand the exports of the United States products alone by 1.1 billion dollars (source: International Trade Commission)
  3. The Commission also projected that the United States-Republic of Colombia Free Trade Agreement would increase the U.S. gross domestic product by 2.5 billion dollars
  4. The United States-Colombia Free Trade Agreement will provide important new access to services market of the Republic of Colombia (166 billion dollars)

International Trade United States-Colombia.

  1. The Republic of Colombia is the third largest market for the United States exports in Latin America
  2. The United States exported products to the Republic of Colombia: 12 billion dollars
  3. The Republic of Colombia is a large grain importer from the United States
  4. Colombia exports tropical fruits to the United States Market

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Colombia and the United States operates in the Latin American and the North American economic area of the Western Civilisation.

  1. US Free Trade Agreements: NAFTA, APEC, Trans-Pacific Agreement, African Growth and Opportunity Act, WAEMU, East African Community, COMESA, Bahrain, Oman, Jordan, Morocco, European Union, South Korea, Australia, Singapore, ASEAN, Chile, Peru, Central America, Panama, Caribbean Basin Initiative...
  2. Colombian Free Trade Agreements: Andean Community (MERCOSUR, Chile, Mexico, Panama, European Union, India, China, Russia), Association of Caribbean States, ALADI, UNASUR, SELA, Mexico, Northern Triangle, Chile, Canada, CARICOM, EFTA...


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