United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement

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Sub-subject: the United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (FTA). Syllabus:

  1. Introduction to the United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
  2. International Trade in Goods and Services.
  3. Rules of Origin.
  4. Market Access.
  5. Investment.
  6. Government Procurement.
  7. Intellectual Property Rights.
  8. Benefits to Singaporean and US exporters.
  9. Leading sectors for U.S. Exports in Singapore.
  10. The United States-Singapore trade relations.
Sub-subject "US - Singapore Trade Agreement (FTA)" is studied...
  1. Masters: International Business (MIB), America, Pacific, and Asia
  2. Doctorates (DIB): DIB America, DIB Asia

Master in International Business for Singaporean students - US Students

Languages of study: En or Fr Singapour Es USA

Sample of the sub-subject United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (FTA):
United States-Singapore

Sub-Subject Description: the United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement.

The United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (FTA) expands United States market access in products, international trade in services, foreign direct investment, Government procurement, intellectual property rights, and provides for innovative cooperation in promoting labor rights and the environment.

International Trade United States-Singapore.

  1. The Republic of Singapore was the tenth largest export market of the United States (eleventh place) and remained the thirteenth largest trade partner.
  2. The main imports of the Republic of Singapore from the United States are aircraft and parts, printed circuit boards assembled, semiconductors, civil engineering equipment and parts and scientific instruments and apparatus.
  3. Top exports products of the Republic of to the United States are computers, telecommunication equipment, printers, printed circuit boards assembled, semiconductors, disk drives

The best business opportunities in Singapore are electronic components, aircraft and parts, telecommunication, computer hardware and software, electronics industry, medical devices, scientific instruments, construction equipment, building products, pollution control equipment, electric power systems, pumps and valves, education services, and franchising.



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