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The European Commission and the Swiss Federal Council have each approved proposals to link their emissions trading systems, meaning formal signature of a new agreement could take place by the end of the year. Read Full Story
The European Free Trade Association, which comprises Liechtenstein, Iceland, Switzerland, and Norway, intends to take forward free trade negotiations with India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, and Ecuador this year. Read Full Story
Iceland is planning to lower its top rate of value-added tax to 22.5 percent from 24 percent from January 1, 2019, the International Monetary Fund has said. Read Full Story
Switzerland has explained how it will amend its double tax agreements, after it signed the OECD's new multilateral tax compact to implement anti-base erosion and profit shifting measures. Read Full Story
Turkey's President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has said that he is keen to launch talks for a free trade agreement with India. Read Full Story
The European Free Trade Association, which comprises Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, and Liechtenstein, has published its 56th Annual Report, which includes details of the bloc's free trade agenda. Read Full Story
Delegations from the European Free Trade Association member states (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland) met with counterparts from Turkey earlier this month to discuss updating the existing EFTA-Turkey free trade agreement. Read Full Story
Iceland has set out its plans to add more goods and services to the standard rate of value-added tax, which is to be reduced. Read Full Story
The European Free Trade Association states – Iceland, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, and Norway – and Ecuador have continued discussions towards a free trade agreement, with a second round of negotiations held over five days until March 3. Read Full Story
Delegations from the EFTA states and MERCOSUR met on February 17 in Brussels to prepare for the upcoming negotiations of a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement. Read Full Story
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