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EU: South Korea Trade Agreement, 2013

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The EU/South Korea Free Trade Agreement, in force since July 2011, is the EU's first trade deal with an Asian country. The Agreement went further than ever before at lifting trade barriers and making it easier for European and South Korean companies to do business together. It eliminates tariffs for industrial and agricultural goods in a progressive, step-by-step approach. The agreement also addresses non-tariff barriers to trade and includes provisions on issues ranging from services and investments, competition, government procurement, intellectual property rights, transparency in regulation to sustainable development. On the occasion of the EU/South Korea Summit on 8 November 2013, the Audiovisual Services of the European Commission have produced a video stockshot which contains pictures of: - European Train Imports; - European Car Imports; - European Food and Drink Imports; - European Luxury Imports.
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Type: Stockshots [long]   Reference: I-080439   Date: 08/07/2013   Duration: 37:19 Location: Marseille - Port | Buñol | Beasain | Brussels | Drogenbos | Valencia | Murcia | London - City | Spain | Madrid - La Paz Hospital | Madrid | London - London Metal Exchange | Budapest | Paris | Seoul - Seoul Station | Seoul  
Languages: ORIGINAL

Tags: Free trade | International trade | South Korea
Documents: LINKS,
RAPID: MEMO,
© European Union, 2013   /   Source: EC - Audiovisual Service
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