The trade agreement not only fully harmonizes the terms of trade of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia with Serbia, but also creates a similar regime for Armenian and Kyrgyz goods.
The European Commission is closely following the talks about a free trade deal between Serbia and the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union.
Serbia is on the cusp of signing a free trade agreement with the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), Serbian Foreign Minister Ivan Dacic said.
Brussels has warned Serbia it must dissolve a proposed new free-trade deal with Russia if it wants to join the European Union.
The agreement on a free trade zone between the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and Serbia will be signed on October 25, Russian ambassador to Serbia wrote.
Belarus supports the idea of creating a free trade zone between the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and Serbia and will help advance these negotiations.
A Serbian delegation headed by Minister of Trade Rasim Ljajic is in Moscow Ljajic to finalize a deal on free trade between Serbia and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
Another round of talks on the agreement was held in Belgrade early January 2019.
The Turkish Parliament has ratified the new Free Trade Agreement with Serbia which creates prerequisites for more Serbian goods to be included in the duty-free regime in trade between the two countries.
Serbia said it has signed a free trade agreement with Turkey to boost its meat and food exports.
Marko Cadez, President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry said that Belgrade has been making progress on negotiating a free trade agreement with the Russia-led Eurasian Economic Union.
Turkey is ready to the fullest extent to expand the free trade agreements to the service, public, food, agriculture and e-commerce sectors
According to Ukraine’s Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food, Ukraine now plans to sign FTAs with Canada, Israel, Turkey, Serbia and Vietnam.
The head of the team negotiating Serbia’s accession to the European Union (EU) has confirmed an agreement with the European Union that the country’s free trade agreements with eastern states, and in particular Russia, will remain in force until Serbia becomes an EU member.
Most people are aware of Serbia’s free trade agreement but what is less known is Serbia’s free trade agreement with Turkey. Free trade agreements also exist between Kazakhstan, Belarus, CEFTA, EFTA, European Union and the USA.
Serbia recorded a USD 116.4 million trade surplus with the countries of the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) over the first two months of 2012, resulting mostly from export of agricultural products, according to data from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia.
On the occasion of coming into force of the Agreement, Serbian Ministry of Economy pointed out that, in addition to simplification of the export of goods, it would introduce Turkey as potential significant source of raw materials for Serbian economy in certain domains, one of which is textile industry.
Italian companies with investments in Serbia such as Fiat SpA (F.MI) will benefit from a free trade agreement signed by Russia and Serbia, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said Friday.
Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Regional Development Mladjan Dinkic and Turkish Minister for Foreign Trade Zafer Caglayan today signed a free trade agreement between the two countries, which will be implemented from January 1, 2010.