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EU Preferential Trade Agreement

Article Date: 03 February 2011

Preferential Trade Agreements enable your products to be more competitive in overseas markets and opening up new markets by allowing your buyers to import your products at a reduced or nil rate of duty when accompanied by an EUR1 movement certificate.

Countries with which the EU has concluded preferential trade agreement:
Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Panama, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Occupied Palestinian Territory, Lebanon, Syria, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Albania, Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Switzerland, South Africa, Republic of Korea (South Korea), Antigua*, Barbuda*,Belize*, Bahamas*, Barbados*, Botswana*, Cameroon*, Ivory Coast*, Dominica*, Dominican Republic*, Fiji*, Grenada*, Guyana*, Haiti*, Jamaica*, Lesotho*, Madagascar*, Mauritius*, Mozambique*, Papua New Guinea*, St Kitts and Nevis*, St Lucia*, St Vincent and the Grenadines*, Seychelles*, Suriname*, Swaziland*, Trinidad and Tobago*, Zimbabwe*

Countries with which the EU is currently negotiating preferential trade agreement:
Canada, India, Singapore, Ukraine, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Bahrain, Libya, Cook Island*, Kiribati*, Marshall Islands*, Micronesia*, Nauru*, Samoa*, Solomon*,Timor Leste*, Tonga*, Tuvalu*, Vanuatu*, Angola*, Namibia*, Comoros*, Djibouti*, Eritrea*, Ethiopia*, Malawi*, Sudan*, Zambia*, Burundi*, Kenya*, Rwanda*, Uganda*, Tanzania*, Central African Republic*, Chad*, Congo*, Democrat Republic of Congo*, Equatorial Guinea*, Gabon*, Sao Tome and Principe*, Benin*, Burkina Faso*, Cape Verde*, Gambia*, Ghana*, Guinea-Bissau*, Liberia*, Mali*, Mauritania*, Niger*, Nigeria*, Senegal*, Sierra Leone*, Togo*, Zambia*,

Countries with which the EU is considering opening preferential negotiations:
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Ecuador, Bolivia, Moldavia

*Economic partnership Agreements
 

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