Australia and Singapore now have an updated version of their nearly fifteen-year-old trade pact in force, one year after their top trade officials signed a new amendment to the accord.
The original Australia-Singapore agreement entered into force in 2003, slashing goods tariffs between the two Asia-Pacific partners, along with undertaking a series of commitments in services trade, investment, telecommunications, intellectual property, and electronic commerce, among various other provisions.
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Topics: REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS (RTAS)