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Trade and investment between EU and Indonesia

Trade and investment between EU and Indonesia

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Published by IBM Belgium in Brussel .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Investments -- Indonesia,
  • European Union countries -- Commerce -- Indonesia,
  • Indonesia -- Commerce -- European Union countries

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIBM Belgium in association with Ticon, TAC & DMI Associates.
    ContributionsIBM Belgium.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF3808.E87 T73 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1> :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24111617M
    LC Control Number2010339046

    The European Union-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (EUSFTA) is the first FTA between the European Union (EU) and an ASEAN country. Singapore and the EU launched negotiations of the EUSFTA in The Good and Services negotiations were concluded in , while the investment protection negotiations were concluded in Indonesia is also negotiating FTAs with Australia and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA). Indonesia started negotiations with the EU on a Comprehensive .

    Menara Astra, 38th floor Jalan Jendral Sudirman Jakarta Indonesia Tel: + 62 21 Fax: + 62 21 [email protected] Trade in goods between the EU and Indonesia amounted to over €25 billion in with EU exports worth almost €10 billion and EU imports from Indonesia worth more than €15 billion, resulting in over €5 billion trade surplus for Indonesia. The EU is Indonesia’s fourth largest trading partner. Indonesia’s key exports to the EU include.

    Download book. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the European Union and the United States. Joaquín Roy and Roberto Domínguez (editors), Download Book Después de Santiago: Integración Regional Y Relaciones Unión Europea-América Latina. Joaquín Roy (Compilador), Download book. As the United States and China engage in a bitter trade dispute casting a dark shadow over the global economy, another trade spat is threatening to escalate between the European Union and Indonesia.


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Trade and investment between EU and Indonesia Download PDF EPUB FB2

Indonesia | Brussels, last updated 16 July The texts proposed by the EU for the trade deal with Indonesia.

The EU is negotiating a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Indonesia with the objective to facilitate and create new market access, increase trade between the EU and Indonesia, and expand direct investment. Total bilateral trade in services between the EU and Indonesia amounted to €6 billion inwith a surplus of € billion for the EU.

The EU has a foreign direct investment stock in the country of nearly €26 billion, second only to Singapore. The general EU-Indonesia relations are governed by the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement.

Negotiations with Indonesia are still ongoing and are used to further deepen EU-Indonesia trade and investment relations. Bilateral Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) between the EU and ASEAN countries will serve as building blocks towards a future EU-ASEAN agreement, which remains the EU.

The booklet provides our perspective on EU-Indonesia economic relations and the EU’s contribution to the global economy. With more than 26 billion euro worth of goods traded inthe EU stands as one of Indonesia’s most valuable commercial partners.

There is a lot more potential in trade in services, currently valued at 6 billion euro. of EU-Indonesia trade and investment relations. With over 25 billion euro in trade in goods in the EU is Indonesia's third largest trading partner.

To this amount we have to add around 6 billion euro of services trade, the fast growing area in international trade. With regard to. for a Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and Indonesia 2 to 6 DecemberBrussels Officials from the EU and Indonesia met in Brussels from 2 to 6 December for the 9th round of negotiations for an EU-Indonesia Free Trade Agreement.

The EU negotiating team was. Indonesia is the first ASEAN partner to have signed a Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA) with the EU, which provides the legal and political umbrella for the bilateral EU-Indonesia relations.

The PCA entered into force in May and provides for wide-ranging cooperation in the areas of political dialogue and security, trade, investments and economic cooperation as well as in the. encourage EU companies to invest more in Singapore, and Singaporean companies to invest more in the EU.

The EU-Singapore trade and investment protection agreements were signed on 19 October The European Parliament gave its consent to the agreements on 13 February EU Member States endorsed the trade agreement on 8 November The Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) is a DG Trade-specific tool for supporting major trade provide the Commission with an in-depth analysis of the potential economic, social, human rights, and environmental impacts of ongoing trade negotiations.

These assessments are an opportunity for stakeholders in both the EU and in the partner countries to share their views with. About trade and investment between the EU and Indonesia. The FTA between the EU and Indonesia is intended to further develop a key aspect of the overall relationship between the EU and Indonesia, which is based on the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA), in force since May The FTA aims to reduce tariff and non-tariff barriers.

Those lists shall be reviewed periodically with the aim to further liberalise trade in services between both sides. Investment/Establishment The aim of Chapter 4 is to improve the legal framework conditions for investors from the EFTA States and Indonesia investing in each other’s markets.

Vietnam | Hanoi, 30 June EU-Viet Nam free trade agreement - Joint press statement by Commissioner Malmström and Minister Tran Tuan Anh. Joint press statement by EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström and Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh on the occasion of the signing of the Free Trade Agreement and the Investment Protection Agreement between Viet Nam and the EU.

INDONESIA, THE EU AND PALM OIL Indonesia is the world's largest producer and exporter of palm oil, accounting for 55 per cent of global production and 62 per cent of global exports in 1.

Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) in support of Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations between the European Union and Republic of Indonesia. In the EU exported €2bn and imported €bn in commercial services with Indonesia, representing % of total commercial services trade between the two.

A similar picture is seen in FDI trends. In the EU held FDI stocks of €bn in Indonesia and EU flows into Indonesia were €bn. International trade in goods. The total value of the goods exported from the EU to the rest of the world (outside of the EU) in was EUR trillion (EUR thousand billion), 71 % higher than its level in (see Figure 1).

Imports rose at a slower pace, up 46 % to EUR trillion, such that a trade deficit in goods between and turned into a surplus between and The European Union has concluded free trade agreements (FTAs) and other agreements with a trade component with many countries worldwide and is negotiating with many others.

The European Union negotiates free trade deals on behalf of all of its member states, as the member states have granted the EU has an "exclusive competence" to conclude trade agreements.

An EU-China investment agreement would be the EU's first ever stand-alone investment agreement since foreign direct investment became the exclusive competence of the EU under the Lisbon Treaty.

It would streamline the existing bilateral investment protection agreements between China and 26 EU Member States into a single, coherent text. The sixth round of negotiations on a comprehensive EU-Indonesia Free Trade Agreement, in Octobercontinued across a broad range of areas, particularly trade in goods, services, investment and rules of origin.

The EU is Indonesia’s fourth biggest trading partner, with total trade worth more than EUR 27 billion in The FTA will bring EU-Vietnam trade and investment to new levels, removing 99% of all tariffs between the two parties in ten years, facilitating access to the Vietnamese market for EU firms, and foster sustainable development on climate, labour and human rights.

India and Indonesia: Trade and Investment Complementarities e 6 minerals and precious stones. Evidently, the two nations complement each other in a number of areas.

Trade meetings and delegation level talks could do more to promote better trade, and government to government contact would reassure the business community of both countries.

Trade in figures. The EU and Indonesia have built robust commercial relations, with bilateral trade amounting to approximately €25 billion in resulting in a sizeable € billion trade surplus for Indonesia with the EU.

In the past few years trade between EU and Indonesia has been marked by an upward trend. Whereas total trade was worth almost €16 billion inby it had.This book looks at the new configuration taken by Asia-Europe economic relations.

It is set against the background of the inclusion of China in the WTO, the growth of foreign investors from emerging Asian countries, and the economic reforms in a number of crisis-hit South East Asian economies. EU-Philippines trade negotiations.

The EU is negotiating a free trade agreement with the Philippines. The aim is to conclude an agreement similar in coverage to those the EU achieved in its trade agreements with Singapore in and Vietnam in All three countries are members of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN).