Apec tagged posts
Indications at the APEC summit show that Peru, Australia and America are looking to join the currently active New Zealand, Singapore, Chile and Brunei Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
According to an announcement made by the Chile Foreign Minister Alejandro Foxley, made on the 21st of November at a meeting of trade ministers at the APEC summit, Australia and Peru are currently looking to join the four country FTA in its next round of expansions. A similar announcement was made in regards to the United States in September.
Currently, New Zealand, Singapore, Chile and Brunei hold a free trade agreement, called the Trans Pacific Economic Partnership (although previously named the P4). It was signed in 2005 and came into force 28th of May 2006...Read More
Prime Minister John Key is set to attend the APEC meeting in Lima, Per? on the 19th and 20th of November.
The Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) is most likely going to be based around the current economic situation of the world and the possible responses of all countries involved in the meeting. If the recently finished G20 summit is any indication, the economic situation will be the primary talking point.
The meeting is attended by 20 world leaders, and over 3600 delegates. Figures show that the trade between APEC countries accounts for almost half of that in the world and nearly 60 percent of the world’s Gross Domestic Product.
John Key is scheduled to meet the Queen of England, and the British Prime minister after the APEC meeting.
The current APEC countries are Australia,...Read More