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Singapore, Vietnam shows interest in enhancing ties with India
Singapore and Vietnam today showed keen interest in enhancing trade ties with India in view of the immense opportunities for investors here.
Pakistani delegation to leave for Singapore
A Pakistani delegation led by joint secretary ministry of commerce Shahid Bashir will leave for Singapore on Monday (today) to formally initiate 3-day technical talks on Free Trade Agreement (FTA) on August 24, a senior government official told online here on Sunday.
No easy ride in the land of the FTA
It was meant to be the big breakthrough for Australian exporters — but official statistics show Australia’s exports to the US have fallen by 3 per cent since the start of the US free trade agreement.
Pakistan and Singapore to hold talks on FTA soon
Pakistan and Singapore will formally initiate 3-day technical parleys on Free Trade Agreement (FTA) on August 24, a senior government official told Online here on Thursday.
India’s new investment norm
The tax holiday provided under the India-Singapore agreement, which Indian companies may take advantage of, is part of a trend that will make it increasingly difficult to tax capital in almost any country.
Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (2005)
Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement. Brunei Darussalam, Chile, New Zealand and Singapore (P4)
Saudi, Kuwait want India to give ’S’pore treatment’
India’s decision to grant tax sops to Singapore-based FIIs under the comprehensive economic cooperation agreement (CECA) has prompted oil-rich Saudi Arabia and Kuwait to pitch for similar concessions in the double taxation avoidance treaties that are being negotiated with Indian tax authorities.
S. Korea, Singapore sign FTA
South Korea and Singapore formally signed a free trade agreement (FTA) here Thursday, reported the South Korean Yonhap News Agency.
Korea-Singapore FTA (2005)
CECA and free trade agreements
A Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) between India and Singapore has been signed on the 29th June in New Delhi by the Prime Ministers of two countries.
FTA with Singapore to benefit India: NCAER
Changing its views on India-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (ISCECA), the Delhi-based think-tank National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) has said that India will be benefitted from ‘plus’ component of the free trade agreement (FTA).
FTA signed: NZ, Chile, Singapore and Brunei to end tariffs
Government officials today signed off on a multi-nation free trade agreement that will end all trade tariffs among New Zealand, Chile, Singapore and Brunei by 2015.
What does India-Singapore agreement hold in store?
The India-Singapore CECA which will be effective from August 1, ’05 is reckoned to be forerunner for similar such agreements which are now being finalised and are close to fruition.
India-Singapore CECA (2005)
India, Singapore sign CECA to boost investments
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and visiting Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, on Wednesday, signed the much awaited Comprehensive Economic Co-operation Agreement (CECA).
S’pore pact gets Cabinet nod
India has agreed to provide a series of tariff concessions to Singapore under the India-Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA), which was approved by the Union Cabinet today.
Singapore and Qatar close to ink FTA
Singapore and Qatar are close to signing a free trade agreement after ending their final round of negotiations yesterday, the city-state’s trade ministry said.
Investment regime takes shape
Investment rules are not on the agenda of the current Doha Round of global trade talks. Instead, bilateral, regional and other level agreements are building a de facto international regime for investment.
India hopeful of FTA with S’pore soon
The South Asian Free Trade Agreement (SAFTA) is expected to be signed by January 2006, while India is hopeful of a free trade agreement with Singapore very soon, said S.N. Menon, Secretary in the Union Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
Brunei too in historic free-trade agreement
Brunei Darussalam together with Chile, New Zealand and Singapore are now the founding members of the first ever Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement.