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India, S’pore set to sign agreement in services
India and Singapore are set to sign an agreement on services shortly under a comprehensive economic treaty between the two, enabling architects, nurses, dentists and chartered accountants to practice in each other’s country. This will be the first services agreement that India signs with any country.
Trade pacts stifle exports to Thailand, Singapore
Growth of exports to Thailand and Singapore has slowed after India signed bilateral duty-free agreements with these countries. But a similar pact with Sri Lanka has improved the growth in India’s exports to the island nation.
India-Singapore IPR cooperation likely to be signed soon
Shri Kamal Nath, Union Minister of Commerce & Industry, has stated that a Bilateral Agreement on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Cooperation between India and Singapore will be signed shortly.
Singapour/Pérou : signature d’un accord de libre-échange
Singapour et le Pérou ont signé un accord de libre-échange (ALE) pour renforcer les relations bilatérales, a annoncé vendredi le gouvernement singapourien dans un communiqué.
Peru inks FTA with Canada, Singapore
Peru has signed free-trade agreements with Canada and Singapore in a move to broaden its relations with other countries worldwide.
Singapore, Peru sign free trade agreement
Singapore and Peru have signed a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) in order to strengthen bilateral ties, said a government statement here Friday.
Peru, Singapore and Canada set to sign free trade agreement
Peru, one of the fastest growing economies in the world, will sign free-trade deals with Canada and Singapore next Thursday announced President Alan Garcia.
Singapore offers FTA pact
President-elect Ma Ying-jeou has expressed his wish to resume talks on a free trade agreement (FTA) with Singapore under the name the island uses at the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Singapore says FTA with Taiwan possible, without politics
Singapore Saturday expressed optimism about enhanced economic cooperation with Taiwan as long as issues involving trade are not politicised.
Singapore not yet approached about FTA talks with Taiwan - government
Singapore has noted Taiwan president-elect Ma Ying-jeou’s plans to resume talks for a free trade agreement with the city-state but said it has not been approached officially. Talks had started before 2000 but broke off under the administration of outgoing President Chen Shui-bian, partly under pressure from China and partly because of a dispute over how to refer to Taiwan.
Singapore to promote trade ties with Middle East
Singapore has completed a free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), a senior official said Tuesday.
Singapore to sign FTA with Gulf countries
The Singapore-UAE bilateral FTA talks have been abandoned for a broader GCC-Singapore FTA. The negotiations were progressing for some time but now they have shifted to the GCC level and we are about to sign an agreement.
Singapore, Gulf Cooperation Council agree on free trade pact
The Singapore government said Thursday it has substantively concluded negotiations with the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council for a free trade agreement. The final round of talks, held from 28-31 January 2008, was the last of four that started in January 2007.
US working on new Pacific trade accord, people say
The Bush administration is preparing to negotiate an agreement linking the US, Chile, Singapore, Brunei and New Zealand in a Pacific-region accord to reduce barriers to trade and foreign investment, according to lobbyists briefed by the US trade office.
India’s trade surplus with Singapore reduced post-FTA
India’s trade surplus with Singapore shrunk after the comprehensive economic cooperation agreement between the two countries came into force.
Singapore, Oman agree to boost bilateral investments
The Investment Guarantee Agreement between the two countries is expected to give businesses greater confidence and protection when investing. It will also help in the free trade agreement talks between Singapore and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).
Singapore emerging as India Inc’s gateway to the world
With more than 2,700 Indian firms operating in the country, Singapore has emerged as the favourite destination for domestic corporates looking to internationalise. While bilateral trade between the two nations has gone up as expected post-Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) in 2005, it is Singapore’s might as a leading hub for innovation and R&D that has attracted companies to set up shop there.
Chinese premier proposes four priority fields for cooperation with Singapore
The two sides should jointly promote the building of bilateral free trade area (FTA) says Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.
Singapore bank secrecy threatens EU trade talks - MEP
Singapore’s refusal to soften its strict bank secrecy laws could scupper talks with Europe about a trade agreement, a European politician said on Tuesday.
Bilateral deals abound as APEC leaders talk Doha
Vietnam, Singapore, Peru and South Korea are just some of the countries Canada is discussing various trade deals with, despite saying the WTO talks are its priority.