Updated on 11 September, 2019
India trade in goods* agreement to make it more user-friendly, simple, and trade facilitative for businesses.
- India and the 10-member block of Southeast Asian nations have agreed to review their free trade agreement, signed in 2009, to make it more business-friendly and boost economic ties.
- Ministers of ASEAN and Commerce Minister agreed to initiate the review of the ASEAN
Financial technology, connectivity, start-ups and innovation. *The India-ASEAN trade in goods pact came into force from January 2010. Read More: Dip and rise in GDP part of growth: Sitharaman | Economic Growth And Development | Economic Revival Package
- Both the sides also received there commendations of the ASEAN-India business council to further promote the potential of bilateral trade through the utilisation of the free trade pact as well as cooperation in some areas such as