Draft Agreement on Free Trade with China Being Prepared

Source: eKapija Friday, 08.07.2022. 09:05
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The first session of the Work Group for the preparation of the draft agreement on free trade between Serbia and China to the end of the liberalization of trade and the preparation of the draft agreement on free trade between the two countries was held yesterday at the Ministry of Finance, as announced on the website of the Government of Serbia.

The minister of finance of Serbia, Sinisa Mali, who presided over the first session, said that “in the past 10 years, that is, in the period between 2012 and 2021, Serbia’s exports to China have increased 152 times, and last year alone, they reached nearly a billion dollars”.

At the session of the Work Group, Mali emphasized the importance of signing said agreement and further strengthening the trade connections with China, especially for Serbian agricultural and food producers and winemakers and viticulturists, who would be able to sell their products under more favorable conditions in the huge Chinese market.

He also noted that “with the signing of said agreement, the competitiveness of our economy will increase, the exports will increase, and the door will open for the arrival of new investments from the whole world”.

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