Trade Agreement In Russia

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12 Οκτωβρίου 2021

Trade Agreement In Russia

The European Union and Russia have important bilateral trade relations. Russia is the EU`s fifth largest trading partner and the EU is Russia`s largest trading partner. As already noted, bilateral trade flows have fluctuated sharply in recent years. I have the honour to propose that this letter and your letter of confirmation constitute in response an agreement between our two Governments. 4. The establishment of the commercial representation and the commercial office shall in no way affect the rights of Soviet organizations and natural or legal persons of the United States, neither in the USSR nor in the United States, to maintain direct relations between them for the purpose of negotiating, conducting and carrying out commercial transactions. In order to facilitate the maintenance of such direct relations, the commercial representation may make available to temporary offices located on its site temporary agents or representatives of Soviet organizations, and the commercial office may make available to temporary agents or representatives of United States nationals and enterprises temporary office facilities on their site if such facilities are not easily commercial Ar. Such agents and temporary representatives may not be senior managers or members of the administrative, technical or service staff of the commercial representation or of the Trade Office. Since 1997, the EU`s political and economic relations with Russia have been based on a bilateral Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA). The trade sections of the agreement aim to promote trade and investment and develop economic relations between the EU and Russia in a mutually beneficial way.

Since 2014, the illegal annexation of Crimea and the conflict in eastern Ukraine have severely affected bilateral political dialogue. As a result, some of the political dialogues and mechanisms for cooperation, including in the trade field, have been suspended. 2. Each Party shall provide nationals, enterprises and organizations of the other Party with access to available non-confidential and unprotected data on the national economy and the various sectors, including information relating to foreign trade. 5. Efforts aimed at the commercial exploitation of commercial secrecy shall not be hindered or hindered by excessive or discriminatory conditions or conditions diluting the value of the trade secret. (a) provide the public, the travel industry and the media with information on tourist facilities and attractions in their respective countries; Since 2012, when Russia joined the WTO, trade relations between the EU and Russia have also been governed by multilateral WTO rules. 3. Unless otherwise agreed during the consultations, the importing Party may: (a) impose quantitative restrictions on imports, tariff measures or other restrictions or measures it deems appropriate and for such period as it deems necessary to prevent or remedy imminent or actual market disturbances; (b) take appropriate measures to ensure: that imports from the territory of the other Party comply with such quantitative restrictions or other restrictions imported. as regards market disturbances.