Bilateral deal-making involving governments of West Asia.
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The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Turkey have officially launched talks on a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement.
Ankara and Abu Dhabi sign unprecedented declaration to begin free trade talks during a visit by Erdogan.
Iran’s minister of trade says the government will pursue an agreement with Oman to allow preferential trade with the Arab country to start in the near future.
Georgia and Turkey agreed on discussing further liberalization of tariffs and trade in services.
Israel’s Economy and Industry Minister Orna Barbivai met with her Emirati colleague, Abdulla bin Touq Al Mari to launch talks for a deal that will significantly boost trade.
The UAE signed a historic investment pact with Jersey to “help facilitate” financial flows between the two and offer investors “better protection”.
Iran and Pakistan are going to implement a free trade agreement within the next three months, Iranian Industry, Mining, and Trade Minister announced.
Under the FTA, the two countries were allowed to exchange goods by paying only four percent of the trade tariff (duties).
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) plans to sign a comprehensive economic partnership agreement with Kenya to consolidate its position as a gateway for global trade and investment.
Dubai’s trade with Africa has grown by leaps and bounds over the last decade, thanks to several important developments that have established new business links between the emirate and promising markets across the continent.