China-Chile FTA on Service Trade Has Entered into Force


The Supplementary Agreement on Service Trade to the Free Trade Agreement between China and Chile (the “Supplementary Agreement”) entered into force on August 1, 2010.

China and Chile signed the Supplementary Agreement on April 13, 2008, as a supplement to the Free Trade Agreement signed by the two nations that entered into force in October 2006. Pursuant to its Article 21, the Supplementary Agreement was to enter into force 60 days after the date on which the parties exchange written notification that the necessary domestic legal procedures have been completed.

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