European Free Trade Association states – Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland, and Switzerland – and Mexico met in Switzerland mid-month for a third round of negotiations on the comprehensive review of the EFTA-Mexico free trade agreement.Read Full Story
The European Free Trade Association Surveillance Authority has issued guidance designed to help public authorities and companies identify when public support measures can be granted free of state aid, including with regards to tax legislation and administrative rulings.Read Full Story
The EFTA states – Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Iceland – and India recently discussed how to push for the conclusion of a bilateral free trade agreement.Read Full Story
China introduced import and export duty changes from January 1 to boost innovation-driven development and put the country's tariff structure "more in line with the needs of international trade development."Read Full Story
The Swiss Federal Department of Finance has launched a consultation on the introduction of the automatic exchange of information in tax matters with a series of other countries. Read Full Story
Colombia and the member states of the European Free Trade Association have discussed making improvements to their existing bilateral free trade agreement.Read Full Story
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