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List of Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) / Preferential Trade Agreements (PTAs) signed by India

Appendix -2A - Procedure - Appendix - DGFT - Appendix -2A - Appendix -2A (i) FTAs already signed and operational S. No. Name of the Agreement and the participating countries Date of Signing Date of Implementation Details 1. India - Bhutan Agreement on Trade, Commerce and Transit 17.01.1972 (revised on 28.07.2006) 29.07.2006 Under this Agreement, India also provides transit facilities to landlocked Bhutan to facilitate its trade with third countries. It is valid for a period of 10 years. 2. Revis .....

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8 01.03.2000 Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between India and Sri Lanka was signed on 20.12.1998 and was operationalised in March, 2000 following notification of required Customs tariff concessions by Government of Sri Lanka and India. Procedure for import of certain listed items under ISLFTA is at Annexure-I 4. Agreement on South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) (India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan Maldives and Afghanistan) 04.01. 2004 01.01.2006 Afghanistan became Eighth Member of S .....

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tment of Revenue, Ministry of Finance, vide notification No.101/2004-Customs dated 31.08.2004. 6. India - Singapore Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) 29.06.2005 01.08.2005 India-Singapore CECA was the first comprehensive FTA India signed with any country. 7. India - South Korea Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) 07.08. 2009 01.01.2010 8. India - ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailan .....

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reement 16.02.2011 01.08.2011 10. India - Malaysia Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement 18.02.2011 01.07. 2011 Under the CECA, India and Malaysia have offered commitments over and above the commitments offered by them under ASEAN -India Trade in Goods Agreement. Key items on which Malaysia has offered market access to India are basmati rice, mangoes, eggs, trucks, motorcycles and cotton garments which are all items of considerable export interest to India. (ii) Preferential Trade Agreeme .....

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liberalization of tariff and nontariff barriers. At present, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, South Korea, India and China are exchanging tariff concessions under APTA. The 43rd Standing Session in May, 2014 saw the accession of Mongolia into APTA. 2 Global System of Trade Preferences (G S T P) (Algeria, Argentina, Bangladesh, Benin, Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Ecuador, Egypt, Ghana, Guinea, Guyana, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Mala .....

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imited number of products. EIC is sole agency authorised to issue CoO under GSTP. The Sao Paulo Round of the GSTP was concluded among 8 countries but only Cuba, India and Malaysia have ratified the Protocol as of October, 2014. 3 India - Afghanistan 06.03.2003 May, 2003 A Preferential Trade Agreement between Transitional Islamic State of Afghanistan and Republic of India was signed on 6.3.2003 and was operationalised with issuance of Customs Notification No 76/2003 dated 13.5.2003. EIC is sole a .....

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le has offered tariff preferences on 296 tariff lines to India at the 8 digit level with MoP ranging from 10%- 100%. 6 SAARC Preferential Trading Arrangement or SAPTA (India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan and the Maldives) 1993 1995 SAPTA was signed by seven SAARC members namely India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Maldives in 1993 and came into operation in 1995. Four rounds of trade negotiations have been completed and more than 3000 tariff lines are under .....

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of goods 1[ Total aggregate quantity that is available for import during each financial year ] 1. 1516, 1517 or 1518 (other than 15161000, 15171010, 15179030 & 15180040 which are prohibited for import) Vanaspati, bakery shortening and margarine 2,50,000 MT 2. 0904 Pepper 2500 MT 3. 08011100 Desiccated Coconut 500 MT ii) These imports will be permitted subject to the following arrangements/procedure:- (a) The import would be subject to Government of India, Ministry of Finance (Department of R .....

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