In the economic sector, especially in the trade and commerce the SAARC first decided to have South Asian Preferential Trading Arrangement (SAPTA) and then South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA).
What does SAPTA stand for?
SAPTA stands for South Asian Preferential Trading Arrangement
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- Scottish Association for Public Transport (Scotland, UK)
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- Sexual Abuse Prevention Training (various locations)
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- Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment (various locations)
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- SAARC (South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation) Preferential Trading Arrangement
- South Asian Preferential Trade Agreement
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- Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force
- South African Property Transfer Guide
- Saito Printing & Technology International (various locations)
- Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument (US National Park Service)
- Sammenslutningen af Private Udlejere (Danish: Association of Private Landlords; est. 2004)
Samples in periodicals archive:
All seven SAARC countries -- India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Maldives and Bhutan -- agreed at Maldives Summit in 1997 to convert the South Asian preferential trading arrangements into South Asian free trade area by 2001.
The South Asian Preferential Trading Arrangement (SAPTA) and South Asia Free Trade Area should be allowed to proceed with sincerity and devotion and not just on paper as a political play.