14 Sep Chile Free Trade Agreement
It guarantees the protection of U.S. investors and U.S. investors from copyrights, trademarks and patents registered in Chile. In addition, Chile has opened up important government procurement contracts to U.S. bidders. A free-form certification can be used as an alternative to the presentation of the Certificate of Origin by Chilean producers and exporters, as well as by US importers, if they certify that their products meet the requirements of the Chilean Free Trade Agreement. The full text of the GED-ZK and the parallel agreement on environmental and labour cooperation Chile also have bilateral «complementary economic agreements» with Bolivia, Peru, Venezuela, Argentina, Ecuador, Colombia and Mercosur, as well as a partial agreement with Cuba. The Free Trade Agreement between the United States and Chile entered into force on 1 January 2004. U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement Removes Tariffs and Opens Markets, Reduces Trade Barriers for Services, Ensures Intellectual Property Protection, Ensures Regulatory Transparency, Ensures Non-Discrimination in Digital Trade, Obliges Parties to Maintain Competition Laws Prohibiting Anti-Competitive Business Conduct, and Requires Effective Enforcement of Labor Rights garlic and the environment. As of January 1, 2015, all goods originating in the United States arrive duty-free in Chile. The free trade agreement also provides favorable access for U.S.
service providers and safeguards for the protection of U.S. investors and copyrights, trademarks, and patents registered in Chile. In addition, Chile has opened important government procurement markets in the United States. . . .