Upon entry into force, 70% of tariff headings will be exempt from customs duties for goods entering Chinese Taipei. The tax on the remaining lines will decrease over a period of 12 years. Information on the rules of origin applicable to imports from Chinese Taipei and exports to Chinese Taipei can be found in Fact Sheet 48 (PDF 346 KB). For more information on the rules of origin and the application of this Agreement, please see Fact Sheet 30 – Thailand Closer Economic Partnership Agreement (PDF 262 KB). For more information on the Thai CEP, visit the AMFT website. For any other questions regarding free trade agreements, send an email firstname.lastname@example.org – we strive to respond to emails within 48 hours. Our exports to Thailand have almost doubled since the entry into force of this agreement. Both the Australian and New Zealand business communities have called for the extension of the REC to other Pacific island states, the harmonisation of reCs and the Pacific Regional Trade Agreement (PARTA) to move towards an internal market and allow for the free movement of people and goods. [Citation required] For most goods, goods originating in New Zealand under this Agreement need not be accompanied by a certificate of origin issued by a certification body. Discover the comparative results of our other free trade agreements with ASEAN members.
Thailand is also a party to the AANZFTA agreement. Distributors should consider the most appropriate agreement for their imported/exported products. The ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (AANZFTA) is a regional trade agreement between the Association of Eastern Southern Nations (ASEAN), Australia and New Zealand. Entered into force in 2010 for Australia, New Zealand, Brunei, Myanmar, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, AANZFTA entered into force in 2011 for Laos and Cambodia and for Indonesia in 2012. The New Zealand-Hong Kong, China Closer Economic Partnership Agreement (NZ-HKC CEP) was signed in Hong Kong on 29 March 2010 and entered into force on 1 January 2011. The agreement allows goods exported from Hong Kong, China, to benefit from preferential tariff treatment on imports into New Zealand. At present, all goods imported into Hong Kong, China, regardless of their origin, are exempt from customs duties. The agreement ensures that in the future, New Zealand goods imported into Hong Kong, China, will remain duty-free. On 1 September 2011, the revised rules of origin for trans-Asian trade entered into force on 27 September 2011. For more information on anzcerta`s rules of origin and a general guide on how to use the agreement, see Fact Sheet 20 (PDF 268 KB).
More information is also available on the AMF`s website. New Zealand is negotiating bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements with the following blocs and countries: a guide to New Zealand`s free trade agreement with ASEAN and Australia and updates on the AANZFTA upgrade. A regional dialogue on the development of negative list plans, composed of about thirty trade negotiators. Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) support New Zealand traders (exporters and importers) by providing better access to partner markets and removing trade barriers (e.g. Β customs procedures) on these markets. .