Armenia, EU in Free Trade Talks

YEREVAN (Armenpress)–Armenia and the European Union are currently in negotiations for a free trade agreement to establish a preferential trade regime that would give Armenian exporters greater access to the affluent European Markets free from tariffs.

According to the Armenian Economy Ministry press office, the agreement, if signed, will ensure a higher level of “implementation of trade and good conditions.”

An EU fact-finding group has already arrived in Armenia and will meet February 18-19 with different experts, heads of ministries and departmen’s to discuss Armenia’s legislation on trade.

Armenia has free trade agreemen’s with Russia, the United States, Canada and Japan.


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