Chinese free trade agreement with Chile

21 July 2006

China signed a free trade agreement with Chile, its first in Latin America, in mid-July, according to the Bernama news agency. The agreement will see Chile scrapping import duties on up to 97% of imports from China within ten years, with China scrapping duties on about the same percentage of imports from Chile.

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