International trade agreements with Angola

International trade agreements with Angola

Southern African Development Community Free Trade Agreement
Current Signatories: Angola, Botswana, The DR Congo, Lesotho ,Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

China – Angola Bilateral Trade Agreement 1984 .The governments of China and Angola signed a trade agreement in 1984 and set up a Mixed Economic and Trade Commission in 1988.

Israel – Angola Bilateral Trade Agreement 2

005: Economic cooperation and trade agreement

US – Angola Trade Agreement 22nd May 2009

US Trade Representative and Angola Minister of External Affairs signed a Trade and Investment Framework Agreement (TIFA) provides a forum to address trade issues and help enhance trade and investment relations between the United States and Angola.

Namibia – Angola Bilateral Trade Agreement 2009
The two countries have established a joint trade committee which is going to identify sectors critical for trade and investment and also identify products from both countries that should be considered for preferential treatment. The countries have also abolished the requirement of visas to ease movement of people between the two countries

Other Bilateral Agreements

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