Abdelatty said that it's expected that the launch of the Free Trade Area will be announced during the summit.
What does FTA stand for?
FTA stands for Free Trade Area
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- Fraternity Trade Association
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- Free The Animals
- Free The Army
- Free Thinkers of America
- Free Throws Attempted (basketball)
- Free to Advertise
- Free To Air (satellite broadcast)
- Free Tools Association
- Free Trade Alliance (gaming)
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The COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Free Trade Area (FTA) would be launched during the Tripartite Summit of Heads of State and Government in mid-December 2014, in Egypt, taking into account the fact that the majority of the Tripartite Member/Partner States have made ambitious tariff offers and were agreed on Rules of Origin to be applied in the interim whilst further work continues on product specific Rules of Origin.
The three countries must work quickly to establish their free trade area because there are other regional free trade blocs that are in the works.
Summary: Ukraine intends to agree on creation of free trade area with Morocco, First Vice Prime Minister-Economic Development and Commerce Minister Andrii Kliuev told the Uriadovyi Kurier government's newspaper.
Amman, May 19 (Petra) a" Trade exchange between Jordan and members of Greater Arab Free Trade Area jumped by 16 per cent during the first quarter of 2010, compared to the same period of last year, according to official figures.
in developing the NAFTA and Pan-European rules of origin, and compares and discusses the parallel experiences of the major southern regional trade agreements, including ASEAN and the ASEAN-China free trade area, and examines the evolution of the rules of origin.
I believe this idea deserves serious consideration" Such an APEC Free Trade Area would be a formidable economic bloc indeed, comprising 45 percent of world trade and 41 percent of the world's population.
To create an area of shared prosperity through the progressive establishment of a free trade area between the EU and its partners and among the Mediterranean partners themselves.