The Turkish parliament should ratify the Bosnia-Herzegovina-Turkey Free Trade Agreement by March 16.
Pakistan and Bosnia on Wednesday agreed to strengthen the ties and improve trade between the two countries.
The document is currently in the procedure in the institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina on Thursday signed a revised free trade agreement and a memorandum of understanding on the Sarajevo-Belgrade Highway Project.
The Malaysian Government is in discussions on establishing a free trade agreement (FTA) with Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Turkey is ready to the fullest extent to expand the free trade agreements to the service, public, food, agriculture and e-commerce sectors
The European Commission says that it regrets the ongoing stalemate in trade talks with Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bosnia’s top court has annulled an import tax law which it said violated a regional free trade treaty and commitments to the EU, while about 1,000 farmers and food producers protested outside the court building.
The Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA), a trade agreement between Non-EU countries in Central and South-Eastern Europe, has failed to deliver positive impacts for Bosnia.
Bosnian opponents of CEFTA — the Central European Free Trade Agreement — argue that the country’s agriculture and food industries are not yet ready to compete with their neighbors.
The Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) needs one more country to ratify it before it can take effect.
Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia-Montenegro, Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia and Moldavia are expected to become a unique free trade zone by the end of 2007.
The European Union will give strong support to efforts by the continent’s southeastern countries, most of them in the Balkans, to sign a regional free trade deal this year, EU officials said on Monday.
The Indian government gave its approval to the proposed Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement with Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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.
All Balkans countries are headed for European Union membership, but they are taking different roads, and at differing pace.
THE idea of a Balkan General Free Trade Agreement, to replace existing bilateral free trade agreements, received support at an Athens meeting of the Association of Balkan Chambers, the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) said on December 12.
Recent moves have raised hopes that the Balkan region may one day join the European Union. Accession negotiations have been launched with Croatia, Serbia-Montenegro is in talks on a "stabilisation and association agreement" and Brussels decided this month to start talks with Bosnia.
The delegation of the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) returned yesterday from Sarajevo, where they met Bosnian authorities to discuss possibilities for reaching a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Bosnia.
The Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina expressed readiness to start the negotiations on Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Kosova, UNMIK officials said in press conference.