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Draft law for hassle-free export of perishables
Export of fruits, vegetables, meat and fish could soon become easier with the commerce ministry proposing a draft legislation on export of perishable goods.
Singapore and Peru conclude third round of FTA talks
Singapore and Peru have concluded their third round of negotiations for a Free Trade Agreement that will strengthen trade and investment relations between the two countries.
More FTAs and shift from traditional markets to help Singapore tap Middle East money
Singapore asset managers have not been more actively seeking opportunities in the Middle-East because the market is still relatively new.
Singapore still shy over banking
Since the CECA came into effect, trade has increased, but progress in banking is limited.
Singapore’s FTAs are standby if global trade talks fail: MM Lee
Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew has explained that Singapore’s free trade agreements with the countries it has sealed with so far are a stand by if the Doha round of multilateral talks does not succeed.
Singapore, China to launch talks for bilateral FTA
Singapore and China will start negotiations for a bilateral Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
Singapore, SA closer to Free Trade Agreement
The first step has been taken to establish a Free Trade Agreement between Singapore and South Africa.
P4 trade deal takes another step
The ratification of the trade deal between New Zealand, Chile, Brunei and Singapore has taken another step with the Chilean senate approving the deal.
Singapore, SA closer to Free Trade Agreement
The first step has been taken to establish a Free Trade Agreement between Singapore and South Africa. Justice MPH Rubin, Singapore’s High Commissioner, is in Tshwane to facilitate the process.
Pakistan to sign FTAs with Singapore, China, Malaysia
Pakistan will sign free trade agreements (FTA) with Singapore, China and Malaysia by the end of 2006, the country’s commerce minister said on Tuesday.
S’pore-Australia FTA can be updated to ’gold standard’: PM Lee
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has said that the Singapore-Australia Free Trade Agreement could be updated to become a "gold standard FTA".
Other countries urged to join P4 trade agreement
New Zealand and Singapore are encouraging other countries to join the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement, dubbed the "P4" that also includes Chile and Brunei.
Singapore and Peru conclude second round of negotiations for FTA
Singapore and Peru have concluded their second round of negotiations for a Free Trade Agreement.
America’s free trade pacts driving illegal timber trade
US free trade agreements are accelerating the destruction of tropical forests in Asia and Latin America, according to a report released today by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA).
Singapore-Pak FTA by year-end
Singapore and Pakistan will sign the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) before the end of this year, Federal Minister of Commerce, Himayun Akhtar Khan has said.
Pakistan begins talks with China for free trade accord
Pakistan is in separate bilateral talks with China and Malaysia to ease trade restrictions between the nations and is close to signing an accord with Singapore, commerce minister Humayun Akhtar said.
Singapore urges EU to forge trade deal
Singapore on Tuesday urged the European Union to negotiate a free trade agreement to strengthen their trade and investment ties.
Singapore, Pakistan complete third round of free trade talks
Singapore and Pakistan on Friday completed a third round of negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA), the trade ministry said.
Submission on the Transpacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement 2005
The Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (P4) is the latest attempt to bind the policy options of present and future New Zealand governments to a global liberalisation agenda that is facing a crisis.
Government eyes FTA with Singapore
The Taiwan government hopes to start negotiating with Singapore on a free trade agreement (FTA) within the next two years, the nation’s representative to Singapore Hu Wei-jen said yesterday.