Michaela Merz

Free Trade Agreement between China and Switzerland as from 1 of July 2014

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The bilateral Free Trade Agreement concluded in 2013 between China and Switzerland comes into force on 1 July 2014. Switzerland will abolish all customs duties on imports of Chinese industrial goods. China is abolishing or reducing the large majority of its customs duties on imported Swiss industrial goods, in whole or in part, either when the treaty comes into force or after a transitional period (usually 5 or 10 years, but, in some cases 12 or 15 years). On agricultural products both sides will make concessions.

FTA with China – Are you joining us

FHA mit China – Fahren Sie mit

In case of any questions please contact:

Simeon L. Probst, simeon.probst@ch.pwc.com or +41 58 792 5351

 

 

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