The leaders of China and 14 other countries in the Asia-Pacific region have signed one of the largest free trade agreements in history, covering 2.2 billion people and 30 percent of global economic output. Free trade agreements with Australia are still under negotiation, which have been dragging on for several years due to concerns in the Australian agricultural industry, but can be concluded in the course of 2014. Norway also negotiates and is a member of EFTA with Iceland and Switzerland. The free trade agreement between Norway and China has been under negotiation since 2008, but like Australia, it is hoped that it can be ratified later this year. China is also negotiating the Gulf Cooperation Council Free Trade Agreement, a political and economic union of six Arab states bordering the Persian Gulf – Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. All six are oil exporters and represent an important bloc for China. President Xi has been directly involved in these negotiations and urged that they be resolved as soon as possible. There will be a work and holiday agreement in which Australia will grant Chinese nationals up to 5,000 visas for work and leisure.  The free trade agreement was signed between the two countries in Canberra, Australia, on June 17, 2015.  The agreement will follow the usual treaty drafting process, after which it will enter into force when China reviews its domestic legal and legislative procedures and in Australia through the Australian Parliament`s Standing Joint Committee on Treaties and the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References.  Once fully implemented, 95% of Australian exports to China will be duty-free. This includes many agricultural products, including beef and dairy products.
In addition, there will be market access liberalization for australia`s services sector, and investment by Chinese private companies of less than A$1,078 million is not subject to FIRB approval. In addition, there will be an investor-state dispute settlement mechanism under the treaty.  Under the agreement, nearly 96% of products are subject to tariffs in terms of tariff figures, and nearly 100% in terms of trade volume, China has developed a strategic position when it comes to concluding free trade agreements – the policy of allowing tariff and tax reductions for certain products and services is one of the most important cornerstones that have made the country the center of the country. of world production in recent years. Undoubtedly, the signing of the China-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement is and will have a major impact on the development of China and Asia in global purchases and associated foreign investment. Signing the United Nations RCEP with a total of 2.2 billion people and covers 28% of world trade The T.P.P. did not include China, but included many of its largest trading partners such as Japan and Australia, as well as Chinese neighbors such as Vietnam and Malaysia. After President Trump pulled the United States out of that deal, the other 11 countries then sided with themselves. For some trade experts, this new agreement shows that the rest of the world will not wait for the United States. The European Union has also continued trade negotiations at a frantic pace. If other countries sign new agreements, U.S. exporters could gradually lose ground.
Since the establishment of the China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement, more trade opportunities and amenities have been offered to businesses in both countries, and more benefits have been brought to consumers in both countries. .