The Eurasian Economic Union, composed of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan, has concluded free trade agreements, see below. Cooperation is proposed in 13 sectors and each sector is led by Member States. These sectors are: India is one of the world`s fastest growing major economies and an important player in global economic governance. India is an important trade and investment partner for the EU. It is an important and dynamic market, with an annual GDP growth rate of around 6% (before Covid-19). The Indeinem and Japanese EPS came into force on August 1, 2011. Bilateral trade between the two countries grew strongly during the year of its implementation, for example. B 2011-2012 compared to the previous year 2010-11. However, not only did the bilateral trade flow decline thereafter, but it experienced great volatility between 2011-12 and 2018-19. Although exports to Japan continued to increase during the implementation year. B 2011-12, they declined thereafter.

On the other hand, imports from Japan increased, but fluctuated manyly. However, as in the case of ASEAN and Korea, India`s trade deficit with Japan increased not only between 2011 and 2012-18-19, but also grew faster than India`s trade deficit with the world. During the discussions leading to the conclusion of the trade agreement between the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the People`s Republic of China, it was agreed that the intentions of both governments regarding Article VI and its implementation procedure should be recorded in the minutes through an exchange of letters. Metal manufacturing (1) Screws and nuts. (2) e-mail. (3) Wood screws. Stationed paper, including paper and stationery. Vehicles ( 1) trucks.

(2) Wagons and trolleys. (3) Wheels and waves for cars. Various candles. (2) Watches. (3) Manufactured corals. (4) Games. (5) Soaps and washing powders. (6) Toilet needs. (7) Larden.

(8) Swine meat. (9) Sugar. (10) Waterproof. (11) Rubber shoes. (12) Rebar. (13) Galvanized iron wire. (14) Barbed wire. (15) Steel plates and sheets, (16) road rolls. (17) Gasoline, kerosene, diesel and engine oils. (18) Galvanized, smooth and wavy iron sheets.

(19) Leather and leather goods. (20) Razor blades with safety razor blades. (21) Cookies. (22) Rubber manaufacture with other than tires and tubes. (23) Glass and glass plates. (24) Sports items. (25) Hardwoods. This agreement does not prevent both parties from facilitating the trade in goods not mentioned in Schedules A and B. On August 1, 1967, was established in Bangkok by the five member countries of origin, including Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.