Thursday, 24 May 2018 01:18 GMT
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China and Norway step forward in free trade negotiations



(MENAFN) China and Norway have completed on Wednesday their latest round of negotiations for a free trade agreement and "positive progress" has been made.

Bothe countries conducted negotiations on issues such as trade in goods, trade in services, investment, rules of origin, customs procedures and trade facilitation, intellectual property rights (IPR), competition policies and government procurement.

According to a press release of the Chinese delegation, the free trade agreement negotiations between China and Norway not only helped promote the two countries' cooperation in economy and trade, but also sent a strong signal of their opposition against unilateralism and trade protectionism.

Both countries have launched their free trade agreement negotiations in 2008 in order to further deepen bilateral relations and cooperation in economy and trade, promote the economic development of the two countries, and improve the living standards of the two peoples.

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China and Norway step forward in free trade negotiations

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