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FTAs (texts of)

free trade agreements (access to texts of)


EU-Mercosur FTA texts (Uruguay, Jul 2019)
As released by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay
EU-US FTA: EU negotiating mandates (Apr 2019)
As agreed by the European Council
Indonesia-Australia FTA text
As released by Government of Australia
US-UK FTA: Summary of specific negotiating objectives (US, Feb 2019)
As released by the Office of the US Trade Representative
EU-New Zealand FTA: Trade and Sustainable Development draft chapter (EU proposal, Feb 2019)
As released by the European Commission
EU-New Zealand FTA: NZ proposals (November 2018)
As released by the Government of New Zealand
EU-US FTA: EU draft negotiating mandates (Jan 2019)
As released by the European Commission
EU-US FTA: Summary of specific negotiating objectives (US, Jan 2019)
As released by the Office of the US Trade Representative
EFTA-Indonesia FTA (Dec 2018)
As released by the EFTA secretariat
EU-Indonesia FTA: Good regulatory practices draft chapter (EU proposal, Sep 2018)
As released by the European Commission
EU-Indonesia FTA: Transparency draft chapter (EU proposal, Sep 2018)
As released by the European Commission
EU-Australia FTA: EU proposals (December 2018)
As released by the European Commission
EU-New Zealand FTA: EU proposals (December 2018)
As released by the European Commission
EU-Vietnam trade and investment agreements (Aug 2018)
As published by the European Commission
China-Korea FTA
As released by the Ministry of Commerce, China
US-Korea FTA: Protocol amending the agreement (Sep 2018)
As released by the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy
China, UK mulling FTA
China and Britain have agreed to look at the possibility of reaching a “top notch” free trade agreement after Britain leaves the European Union, China’s Commerce Ministry said on Saturday after talks with British trade minister, Liam Fox.
Sri Lanka to review Singapore FTA annually
A Sri Lanka Free Trade Agreement with Singapore can be reviewed annually, and the government will set up an independent commission to do so, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said as activists and opposition politicians protest fearing that the deal may lower prices to consumers and give less easy profits to businessmen.