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EU-Indonesia CEPA Negotiations

02/07/2020 - 21:00
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The EU is negotiating a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) with Indonesia with the objective to facilitate and create new market access, increase trade between the EU and Indonesia as well as to expand direct investment.

 

EU-Indonesia CEPA Negotiations

 

The EU is negotiating a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) with Indonesia with the objective to facilitate and create new market access, increase trade between the EU and Indonesia as well as to expand direct investment.

The EU officially launched negotiations with Indonesia on 18 July 2016.

The 9th round of negotiations was held in Brussels from 2 to 6 December 2019. The 10th round is planned for March 2020 in Indonesia.

More:

Report of the 9th round of negotitations (Brussels, 2-6 December 2019)

 

Previous reports

Report of the 8th round of negotiations (Jakarta, 17-21 June 2019)

Report of the 7th round of negotiations (Brussels, 11-15 March 2019)

Press Release (5 April 2019): European Commission reports on latest negotiating round with Indonesia

Report of the 6th round of negotiations (Palembang, 15-19 Oct 2018)

Press Release (22 Oct 2018): EU and Indonesia complete 6th round of negotiations for a trade agreement

Report of the 5th round of negotiations (Brussels, 9-13 July 2018)

Report of the 4th round of negotiations (Solo, 19-23 Feb 2018)

Report of the 3rd round of negotiations (Brussels, 11-15 Sep 2017)

Report of the 2nd round of negotiations (Bali, 24-27 January 2017)

Report of the 1st round of negotiations (Brussels, 201-21 Sep 2016)

 

Indonesia is the sixth country in the ASEAN region to start negotiations for a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) with the EU, after Singapore (2010), Malaysia (2010), Vietnam (2012), Thailand (2013) and the Philippines (2015). So far, the EU has completed negotiations for bilateral agreements with two of them: Singapore (2014) and Vietnam (2015). Bilateral FTAs between the EU and ASEAN countries will serve as building blocks towards a future EU-ASEAN agreement, which remains the EU's ultimate objective.

 

More documents on the European Commission's DG Trade website:

EU-Indonesia CEPA negotiations

 

 

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