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Eu Chile Association Agreement Text

A European Commission website that helps Chilean companies obtain information on customs duties, conditions, preferential agreements, quotas and other requirements for exporting to the EU, including statistics and other useful information. Provides companies with information about intellectual property rights. This website provides free support to beneficiaries of EU-funded research projects and EU SMEs participating in transnational partnership agreements. Ten rounds of negotiations were held and concluded on 26 April 2002. The agreement was signed on 18 November 2002. The agreement includes a political dialogue, a section on cooperation and a section on trade. The fifth round of negotiations was held in Brussels, Belgium, from 15 to 19 July 2019. In addition, trade in agricultural commodities is included in three bilateral agreements on agricultural commodities negotiated between the EFTA State (Iceland, Norway and Switzerland/Liechtenstein) and Chile. These agreements are part of the instruments for the creation of the free trade area.

They provide for concessions on both sides. Each agreement contains specific rules of origin, usually based on the “fully acquired” origin criteria. On 24 November 1999, the first Eu-Chile Joint Council, established by the Framework Agreement, met in Brussels, Belgium. The Joint Council defined the structure, methodology and timetable for the negotiations for a Political and Economic Association Agreement between Chile and the European Community and its Member States. Negotiations for an Association Agreement between Chile and the EU started in 2000. In the framework of the Sixth Council of the Association Agreement between Chile and the European Union in April 2015, Chile and the European Union discussed options for modernising their current Association Agreement. The Excellence for European Clusters initiative aims to promote the creation of more world-class associations across Europe by strengthening cluster excellence. Stories about the benefits for European exporters and importers, as well as case studies that show how trade agreements in Europe help both local businesses and communities….

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