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Revised PTA With India Chile to Sign Soon

Date : January 28, 2012
Number of Views : 1425

Chile today said it would soon sign a revised Preferential Trade Agreement (PTA) with India increasing the number of items of export and import to 2000 from the 100 at present.

In 2005, Chile had signed a PTA with India, enabling both import and export of over 100 items. "The latest PTA will give an opportunity to increase the number of products to 2,000 (both ways),"

Ambassador of the Republic of Chile said. Participating in a CII meeting, he said, "The fourth round of negotiations on increasing the number of items to 1,000 from the present 100 items will be discussed in the first week of February".

The signing of a Double Taxation treaty with Chile and the talks on Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement with Chile are also expected to figure during the meet. He called for more tie-ups between the two countries, saying "We can be partners as always a partner you can trust."

Noting that the geographical location of Chile would not be a problem with India, as Chile's first trade partner was China, he invited more investment opportunities in various sectors including renewable energy,services and manufacturing, and particularly in mines. President of the Senate, Republic of Chile, on his second visit to Chennai said his Government has decided to consume 20 per cent of power from renewable energy sources, given the potential for renewable energy in his country.

"In the next 20 years, 20 per cent of power consumed in our country will be from renewable energy. It may be from tidal energy (given the longest coastal region) or through thermal energy," he said and invited Indian manufacturers to invest in this sector.

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