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China-Serbia free trade deal to take effect in July
President Xi Jinping said that a free trade agreement between China and Serbia will take effect on July 1.
Serbia to face transport investment arbitration
The subject of the arbitration is given as ‘transportation fare collection services’, and invokes the 2001 bilateral investment treaty between Turkey/Türkiye and Yugoslavia as the basis for the claim.
Serbia’s parliament ratifies Free Trade Agreement with China
Around 10,500 Serbian and 9,000 Chinese products are on the free trade list, meaning that there will be no import duties on trading those items between the two countries.
New Serbia-China trade deal violates EU accession rules, but is celebrated anyway
The free trade agreement Serbia signed with China, which is being hailed by Serbian politicians – along with all other agreements signed that day – will cease to apply on the day Serbia becomes a member of the EU.
Serbia, UAE to sign free trade deal
Serbia expects to sign a free trade agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by the end of this year, the head of Serbia’s Chamber of Commerce said.
Iran, Serbia need to conclude free trade agreement
Iranian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs for Economic Affairs has urged for concluding a free trade agreement between Tehran and Belgrade with the aim of facilitating trade between the two countries.
UAE, Serbia launch negotiations towards a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement
The United Arab Emirates and the Republic of Serbia have launched negotiations towards establishing a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement.
PM Han holds talks with Serbian counterpart
South Korean Prime Minister welcomed the signing of a bilateral investment treaty aimed at promoting mutual investments between the two countries.
Korea pushing to sign free trade pacts with 7 emerging nations
Korea is pushing to sign a bilateral Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with Kenya, Tanzania, Morocco, Thailand, Pakistan, Serbia, and the Dominican Republic, and held a public hearing session in Seoul.
S. Korea, Serbia reach tentative deal on bilateral investment treaty
South Korea and Serbia have reached a tentative deal to sign a bilateral investment treaty aimed at promoting mutual investments between the two countries.
China, Serbia announce official launch of FTA negotiations: MOFCOM
China’s Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao met with Serbia’s Minister of Domestic and Foreign Trade Tomislav Momirovic, jointly signing a memorandum of understanding to start negotiations on a free trade agreement (FTA) between the two countries.
Serbia to sign free trade deal with China by year-end - Vucic
Serbia and China will sign a free trade agreement by the end of 2022 at the latest, Serbian president Aleksandar Vucic said.
Serbia, Azerbaijan to analyze possibility of signing free trade agreement
Serbia and Azerbaijan will analyze the possibility to ink a free trade agreement (FTA), Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic said.
Serbia-Eurasian Economic Union free trade agreement enters into force
The free trade agreement replaces current bilateral agreements with EAEU members, most notably Russia.
United Group files claim against Serbia
Netherlands-based United Group claims that Serbia has violated several obligations related to incentives and mutual protection of investments between the two countries.
Russia ratifies Serbia’s free trade deal with EAEU
The upper house of the Russian Parliament, said it has ratified the free trade agreement signed by Serbia with the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
Belarusian parliament to ratify EAEU–Serbia FTA during spring session
The House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus will consider ratifying the agreement on a free trade zone between the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and Serbia.
Serbia aims to reach trade deal with UK by 2021 - report
Serbia aims to reach an agreement regulating its trade relations with the UK after Brexit by 2021.
EAEU-Serbia FTA (2019)
Eurasian Union, Serbia sign free-trade agreement
The trade agreement not only fully harmonizes the terms of trade of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia with Serbia, but also creates a similar regime for Armenian and Kyrgyz goods.