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"U.S.-India Agreement Promises to Pave the Way to Implementation of the WTO "Bali Agreement" on Trade Facilitation ." International Trade Alert , Hogan Lovells , 17 November 2014

17 November 2014

The U.S. and India have reached an agreement that promises to pave the way toward global implementation of the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement. The breakthrough agreement between India and the U.S. should now make it possible for member countries to begin implementing the requirements of the agreement, providing potentially significant financial benefits to businesses trading goods around the world as local customs procedures are streamlined. The target date for ratification of the agreement is 31 July 2015. Upon ratification by two-thirds of the membership, the agreement will enter into force for all WTO states. Member state will then begin the process of adopting conforming legislation.



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