Bilateral Agreements

Some articles on bilateral agreements, bilateral agreement, agreements, agreement:

Types of Priority Rights - Priority Rights Under Bilateral Agreements
... Some priority rights also exist on the basis of bilateral agreements ... A bilateral agreement between a first and a second country may allow an applicant who filed an application in the first country to claim the priority of ... These kinds of bilateral agreements usually involve at least one country not party to the Paris Convention ...
Economy - Switzerland and The European Union
... relationships with the European Union (EU) and European countries through bilateral agreements ... isolation from the rest of Europe, Bern and Brussels signed seven bilateral agreements to further liberalise trade ties ... These agreements were signed in 1999 and took effect in 2001 ...
List Of Bilateral Free Trade Agreements - Operating Agreements
... List of agreements between two states, two blocs or a bloc and a state ... ASEAN has bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs ASEAN – Australia – New Zealand Free Trade Area (AANZFTA) is a free trade area between ASEAN and ... United States (1 January 2009) EFTA has bilateral agreements with the following countries – including dependent territories – and blocs Albania Canada Chile Colombia Gulf Co-operation Council Faroe ...
Switzerland–Uruguay Relations - Bilateral Agreements
... Extradition treaty of 27 February 1923 Trade agreement of 4 March 1938 Air transport agreement of 16 September 1960 Investment promotion and protection agreement of 7 October 1988, entry into ...
Algeria–Greece Relations - Official Relations - Bilateral Agreements
... As of 2009, the two countries had in place 3 bilateral agreements Agreement on Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation (1982) Agreement on Educational Cooperation (1988 ...

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