EU eyes free trade zone in Balkans | 15-February-2006
The European Commission has proposed replacing the existing web of bilateral trade agreements in the Balkans with a regional free trade agreement — a move it says would boost economic prospects. However, the idea has met with opposition in Croatia.
Japan, GCC to hold pre-FTA talks | 15-February-2006
Japan and the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council will hold preliminary talks on a free-trade agreement in late May, government sources said Tuesday.
El Parlamento Andino pide respeto a la normativa en el caso de los medicamentos genéricos | 15-February-2006
El secretario general del Parlamento Andino Rubén Vélez Núñez respalda al Tribunal Andino de Justicia que instó al gobierno colombiano respetar plenamente la normatividad andina vigente en lo referente a la negociación del TLC con EEUU.
Uribe heads to US to salvage free trade negotiations | 15-February-2006
Alvaro Uribe, Colombia’s president, is expected to roll up his shirt sleeves in Washington on Wednesday on a high-stakes mission to personally salvage stalled but crucial free trade negotiations with the US.
Ecuador espera flexibilidad de EE.UU. en negociación del TLC | 15-February-2006
Ecuador espera que Estados Unidos ofrezca facilidades en la próxima y última ronda de negociaciones del Tratado de Libre Comercio (TLC) con Estados Unidos, afirmó hoy una fuente oficial.
Govt opens FTA dialogue | 14-February-2006
Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Somkid Jatusripitak asked academics to keep an open mind on the proposed Thai-US Free Trade Area agreement, saying that the FTA would benefit the two countries equally.
Pakistan, Bangladesh sign 4 memoranda | 14-February-2006
Pakistan and Bangladesh signed four memoranda of understanding (MoUs) on trade, standardisation and quality control, agriculture and tourism on Monday.
Malaysia: FTAs with Pakistan, Australia & NZ to be completed this year | 14-February-2006
Free Trade Agreement (FTA) initiatives with Pakistan, Australia and New Zealand are expected to be completed this year, Malaysia’s International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz said Tuesday. She also said that FTA negotiations with the US and India would also begin this year, followed by the launch of a joint feasibility study for a possible FTA between Malaysia and Chile.
US sorghum sold to Morocco for the first time in six years | 14-February-2006
US sorghum has been sold to Morocco for the first time in six years, a testament that the US-Morocco Free Trade Agreement (FTA) is working.
EPAs remain roadmap for Africa’s development - EU | 14-February-2006
The European Union is still insisting that the Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) whose implementation it is currently negotiating with four sub-regional groupings in Sub-Saharan Africa remain the only option for Africa’s development.
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