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Turkey Trade Agreement With Eu

Opublikowano: Grudzień 19th, 2020 by foto-klinika |

The modernized EFTA-Turkey Free Trade Agreement was signed on 25 June 2018 and includes trade in products (industrial products, seafood and seafood and processed agricultural products), trade in services, protection of intellectual property rights, public procurement, competition, trade and sustainable development. In addition, the updated bilateral agricultural agreements between the various EFTA countries and Turkey are still part of the instruments for creating the free trade area. The following agreements have been replaced by the EU-Turkey customs union: the agreement covers trade in industrial products, fish and seafood as well as processed agricultural products. The transition period ended on January 1, 1999. In addition, bilateral agricultural agreements have been concluded between the various EFTA states and Turkey, which are part of the instruments for creating the free trade area. Two officials said Brussels was studying anti-dumping investigations in order to turn ankara on commercial screws. There are clear goals in steel, where EU manufacturers have lodged complaints, but Brussels could also open investigations into its choice. However, if the United Kingdom is prepared to forego the mutual treatment of its own exports to Turkey, there is another option. Unlike Turkey, which is limited by its customs union with the EU, the UK is also able to act unilaterally to alleviate the problems of Turkish exporters. For example, if a free trade agreement is concluded between the United Kingdom and Turkey, the United Kingdom could unilaterally decide to adopt a flexible approach to rules of origin and imports from Turkey.

It could, for example, allow imports from Turkey, regardless of their original nature, to enter duty-free for a temporary grace period. This would give Turkish companies more time to adapt their supply chains and ensure that their exports comply with the rules of origin of the free trade agreement. On the other hand, thanks to decision 1/2000 of the CE-Turkey Customs Cooperation Committee of 25.07.2000 (JO L 200 of 25.07.2000). The customs union allows goods that meet the conditions of free movement within the customs union, but are negotiated between the EC and Turkey through other countries in the pan-European system of accumulation, provided that evidence of Community or Turkish origin is provided in one of the countries concerned.