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List of bilateral free-trade agreements

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This is list of free-trade agreements between two sides, where each side could be a country (or other customs territory), a trade bloc or an informal group of countries.

Note: Every customs union, common market, economic union, customs and monetary union and economic and monetary union is also a free-trade area.

For fully multilateral agreements (not included below) see: List of multilateral free-trade agreements.

For a general explanation, see free-trade area.

Contents

Operating agreementsEdit

List of agreements between two states, two blocs or a bloc and a state.

ASEANEdit

 
  ASEAN
  Free-trade areas

ASEAN has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

  • ASEAN–China Free Trade Area (ACFTA), in effect as of 1 January 2010
  • ASEAN–India Free Trade Area (AIFTA), in effect as of 1 January 2010
  • ASEAN–Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership (AJCEP), in effect as of 1 December 2008[1]
  • ASEAN–Korea Free Trade Area (AKFTA), in effect as of 1 January 2010
  • ASEAN–Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area (AANZFTA)

CARICOMEdit

Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has bilateral agreements with the following countries:

China, People's Republic ofEdit

 
  China
  Free-trade areas

The People's Republic of China has bilateral agreements with the following blocs, countries, and its two special administrative regions:[2]

Costa RicaEdit

 
  Costa Rica
  Free-trade areas

Costa Rica has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs (date it took effect):

European Free Trade AssociationEdit

 
  EFTA
  Free-trade areas

EFTA[4] has bilateral agreements with the following countries – including dependent territories – and blocs:

European UnionEdit

 
EU Free trade agreements

The European Union has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:[8]

Faroe IslandsEdit

The Faroe Islands have bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

GeorgiaEdit

Georgia has bilateral agreements with the following countries and organizations: [11]

Gulf Cooperation CouncilEdit

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) has bilateral agreements with the following countries:

IndiaEdit

 
  India
  Current Bilateral/Multilateral FTA's
  Proposed/Suspended Bilateral/Multilateral FTA's

India has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:[13][14]

JapanEdit

Japan has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

JordanEdit

Jordan has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

Kyrgyz RepublicEdit

The Kyrgyz Republic has bilateral agreements with the following countries:

LebanonEdit

Lebanon has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

MalaysiaEdit

Malaysia has bilateral agreements with the following countries:[20]

  • India
  • Australia [21]

MercosurEdit

MexicoEdit

 
Mexico free trade agreements

Mexico has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

  • Free trade agreements
    • NAFTA
    • TPP
    • Chile-Mexico Free Trade Agreement
    • Colombia-Mexico Free Trade Agreement
    • Costa Rica-Mexico Free Trade Agreement
    • EFTA-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland)
    • European Union-Mexico Economic Partnership
    • Israel-Mexico Free Trade Agreement
    • Japan-Mexico Economic Association Agreement
    • Nicaragua-Mexico Free Trade Agreement
    • Northern Triangle (El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala)
    • Panama [26]
    • Uruguay-Mexico Free Trade Agreement
  • Framework agreements
    • MERCOSUR-Mexico Economic Association (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Venezuela)
  • Preferential trade agreements
    • Argentina
    • Brazil
    • Ecuador
    • Paraguay
    • Panama
    • Peru

MoroccoEdit

Morocco has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

New ZealandEdit

New Zealand free trade agreements:

PanamaEdit

Panama has bilateral agreements with the following countries:

Taiwan, Republic of ChinaEdit

Republic of China (Taiwan) has bilateral agreements with the following countries:

PeruEdit

Peru has bilateral agreements with the following countries:

SerbiaEdit

Serbia has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

SingaporeEdit

Singapore has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

South KoreaEdit

South Korea has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

SwitzerlandEdit

Switzerland (which has a customs union with Liechtenstein, sometimes included in agreements[citation needed]) has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:[30]

  • Albania (Signed: 17.12.2009: Entry into force: 01.11.2010)
  • Canada (Entry into force 01.07.2009)
  • Chile (Entry into force: 01.12.2004)
  • People's Republic of China (Entry into force: July 1, 2014) [3]
  • Colombia (Signed: 25.11.2008. Entry into force: 01.07.2011)
  • Egypt (Entry into force: 01.09.2008)
  • European Union (Entry into force: 01.01.1973; bilateral CH-EU)
  • Faeroe Islands (Entry into force: 01.03.1995; bilateral CH-Faeroe)
  • Israel (Entry into force: 01.07.1993)
  • Japan (Entry into force: 01.09.2009. Bilateral CH-Japan)
  • Jordan (Entry into force: 01.09.2002)
  • Republic of Korea (Entry into force: 01.09.2006)
  • Lebanon (Entry into force: 01.01.2007)
  • Macedonia (Entry into force: 01.05.2002)
  • Mexico (Entry into force: 01.07.2001)
  • Morocco (Entry into force: 01.12.1999)
  • Palestinian Authority (Entry into force: 01.07.1999)
  • Peru (Signed: 24.06.2010 (EFTA) and 14.07.2010 (Peru). Entry into force on 01.07.2011)
  • Serbia (Signed: 17.12.2009: Entry into force: 01.10.2010)
  • Singapore (Entry into force: 01.01.2003)
  • SACU (Entry into force: 01.05.2008)
  • Tunisia (Entry into force: 01.06.2006)
  • Turkey (Entry into force: 01.04.1992)
  • Ukraine (Signed 24.06.2010. Entry into force expected 01.06.2012)

ThailandEdit

Thailand has bilateral agreements with the following countries:

TunisiaEdit

Tunisia has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

United StatesEdit

 
  United States
  Free-trade areas

United States has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs:

Table (to be merged)Edit

Agreement Country Country Date
Armenia-Kazakhstan free trade agreement Armenia Kazakhstan December 25, 2001
Armenia-Kyrgyzstan free trade agreement Armenia Kyrgyzstan October 27, 1995
Armenia-Moldova free trade agreement Armenia Moldova December 21, 1995
Armenia-Turkmenistan free trade agreement Armenia Turkmenistan July 7, 1996
ASEAN–China Free Trade Area Association of Southeast Asian Nations People's Republic of China January 1, 2010[32][33]
Closer Economic Relations Australia New Zealand 1983
Australia-Chile Free Trade Agreement Australia Chile 2009
Korea-Australia FTA Australia Korea 2014
Australia-Singapore free trade agreement Australia Singapore 2016
Australia-Thailand free trade agreement Australia Thailand 2005
Australia – United States Free Trade Agreement Australia United States 2004
Australia – Japan Free Trade Agreement Australia Japan 2015
Australia – China Free Trade Agreement Australia People's Republic of China 2015
Canada–Chile Free Trade Agreement Canada Chile
Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement Canada Colombia August 15, 2011[34]
Canada – Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement Canada Costa Rica
Canada-Israel Free Trade Agreement Canada Israel
Canada-Peru free trade agreement Canada Peru
Chile-El Salvador free trade agreement Chile El Salvador June 3, 2002
Chile-El Salvador free trade agreement Chile Costa Rica
Chile-Costa Rica free trade agreement Chile Costa Rica
Chile-Mexico Free Trade Agreement Chile Mexico
Thailand-Chile Free Trade Agreement Chile Thailand 2013 [31]
Chile-Japan free trade agreement Chile Japan September 3, 2007
Chile-South Korea free trade agreement Chile South Korea April 1, 2004
China-Chile free trade agreement Chile People's Republic of China October 1, 2006[35]
China–Peru Free Trade Agreement People's Republic of China Peru
China–Pakistan Free Trade Agreement People's Republic of China Pakistan
China-Thailand free trade agreement People's Republic of China Thailand
Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement People's Republic of China Hong Kong
Mainland and Macau Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement People's Republic of China Macau
China-Singapore free trade agreement People's Republic of China Singapore
Chile-Panama free trade agreement Chile Panama March 7, 2008
Egypt-Turkey free trade agreement Egypt Turkey
European Free Trade Association-Chile free trade agreement European Free Trade Association Chile December 1, 2004
European Free Trade Association-Canada free trade agreement European Free Trade Association Canada
European Free Trade Association-Israel free trade agreement European Free Trade Association Israel
European Free Trade Association-Turkey free trade agreement European Free Trade Association Turkey
European Union-Canada free trade agreement European Union Canada
European Union-Chile free trade agreement European Union Chile
Israel-Turkey free trade agreement Israel Turkey
Morocco-Turkey free trade agreement Morocco Turkey
New Zealand – China Free Trade Agreement New Zealand People's Republic of China
Russia-Armenia free trade agreement Russia Armenia March 25, 2003
Serbia - EU Free Trade Agreement (SAA) Serbia EU 2008
Serbia - EFTA Free Trade Agreement Serbia EFTA 2009
Serbia - CEFTA Free Trade Agreement Serbia CEFTA 2007
Serbia - Russia Free Trade Agreement Serbia Russia 2000
Serbia - Belarus Free Trade Agreement Serbia Belarus 2009
Serbia - Turkey Free Trade Agreement Serbia Turkey 2009
Serbia - Kazakhstan Free Trade Agreement Serbia Kazakhstan 2010
Turkey-Bosnia and Herzegovina free trade agreement Turkey Bosnia and Herzegovina
Turkey-Macedonia free trade agreement Turkey Macedonia
Turkey-Palestinian Authority free trade agreement Turkey Palestinian Authority
Turkey-Tunisia free trade agreement Turkey Tunisia
Ukraine-Armenia free trade agreement Ukraine Armenia
United States-Israel Free Trade Agreement United States Israel 1985
United States-Jordan Free Trade Agreement United States Jordan 2001
United States-Chile Free Trade Agreement United States Chile 2004
United States-Singapore Free Trade Agreement United States Singapore 2004
United States-Bahrain Free Trade Agreement United States Bahrain 2006
United States-Morocco Free Trade Agreement United States Morocco 2006
United States-Oman Free Trade Agreement United States Oman 2006
United States-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement United States Peru 2007
Japan-Vietnam free trade agreement Japan Vietnam

Signed agreementsEdit

Agreements that have been negotiations and signed by the respective head of states but not yet ratified by the countries legislative body.

Agreement Country Country Date
Chile-Peru free trade agreement Chile Peru August 22, 2006
Chile-Colombia free trade agreement Chile Colombia November 27, 2006
Chile-Honduras free trade agreement Chile Honduras
European Union-Korea Free Trade Agreement European Union South Korea October 15, 2009
Economic Partnership Agreement European Union Caribbean Community November 1, 2008[36]
Malaysia-New Zealand free trade agreement[37] Malaysia New Zealand October 26, 2009
Republic of Korea-United States Free Trade Agreement South Korea United States June 30, 2007

Proposed bilateral agreementsEdit

List of agreements in negotiation. Agreements that are so far only discussed without any formal action by the parties involved are not listed.

Defunct bilateral agreementsEdit

See alsoEdit

For an interactive list of bilateral and multilateral free trade instruments see the TREND-Analytics website.[46]

ReferencesEdit

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  35. ^ [2]
  36. ^ Signed 11/01/2008, not yet ratified by all signatories WT/REG255/N/1/Rev.1
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