I have the honour to refer to the recent discussions on the promotion of trade between the People`s Republic of China and India, when it was agreed that trade relations between our two countries would continue to be governed by the terms of the trade agreement concluded on 14 October 1954 for a further period until 31 December. 1958, subject to the replacement of Article VII of the former Agreement by the following Article — In this section you will find all the EFTA legal documents on the following subjects: During our recent discussions on the development of trade between the People`s Republic of China and India, it was agreed that the Government of the People`s Republic of China would encourage Chinese state trading companies, to establish and strengthen, to the extent possible, Chinese state trading companies with the State Trading Corporation of India in commodities traded by the State Trading Corporation of India. I should be grateful if you would confirm that the above correctly explains the agreement that has been reached with us. Not sure what series of documents are available? Documents Online includes some automatic searches that compile lists of frequently requested documents, such as the most recent documents, recordings of meetings of WTO bodies, meeting documents, substantive documents, etc. The two sides, which wish to take all appropriate measures to increase trade between the two countries, agree to take full account of all proposals to promote such trade. EEA documents: the full text of the EEA Agreement, including the Protocols and Annexes which are updated monthly, the Final Act of the Agreement, the Decisions of the Joint Committee and the EEA Supplement. During the negotiations that led to the conclusion of this trade agreement between India and China, the two delegations recognized that issues related to inspections, visits, navigation, insurance and travel of businessmen should be examined and resolved in a practical manner in order to better achieve the objectives of the agreement and further strengthen trade relations between the two countries. Those problems concerned more questions of detail than questions of principle, and the two delegations had therefore agreed to defer consideration of those issues to a later date. It is hoped that our two governments will be able, in these ensueing discussions, to find constructive solutions that will help foster and stimulate the fluidity of trade between our two countries. This Agreement shall not prevent both Parties from facilitating trade in goods not listed in Schedules “A” and “B” attached.
These documents, which are regularly updated, have been divided into sections by theme. 2. In the meantime, trade between the two countries shall continue to take place on the basis which may be agreed between the importers and exporters concerned. Explanation of the abbreviations and legal concepts used in the context of the EEA Agreement and the Free Trade Agreements. Referring to Article IX of the Trade Agreement concluded between the Republic of India and the People`s Republic of China on 14 October 1954 and to the recent discussions on the promotion of trade between the two countries, I have the honour to say that both Parties have agreed that this Trade Agreement was concluded within the framework of the Trade Agreements concluded on 25 1957, remains valid until 31 December 1959. . . . .