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EU-Vietnam trade pacts to remove over 99% of all tariffs

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EU-Vietnam trade pacts to remove over 99% of all tariffs
The European Commission (EC) in Brussels recently adopted the European Union (EU)-Vietnam trade and investment agreements, giving way to their signature and conclusion. The agreements will eliminate over 99 per cent of customs duties on goods traded between the two sides and also includes a strong, legally binding commitment to sustainable development.

The sustainable development commitment includes respect of human rights, labour rights, environmental protection and the fight against climate change, with an explicit reference to the Paris Agreement, according to global news wires.

The trade and investment agreements take fully into account the economic differences between the two sides, EC president Jean-Claude Juncker told the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM)-EU Summit in Brussels.

ASEM is an Asian-European political dialogue forum to enhance relations and various forms of cooperation between its partners.

Vietnam will remove 65 per cent of import duties on EU exports from entry into force of the agreement, with the remainder of duties being gradually eliminated over a ten-year period, to take into account that Vietnam is a developing country.

EU companies can participate on an equal footing with Vietnamese firms in bids for procuring tenders in Vietnam’s state-owned enterprises. (DS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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