The EU and Tunisia published a joint report, the EU-proposed negotiation texts and explanatory factsheets following the round.
The EU and Tunisia concluded an Association Agreement in July 1995.
Tunisia is one of the partners of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (Euromed).
This Agreement established a Free Trade Area under which all two-way trade in industrial products takes place free of any trade tariffs, while as regards agricultural, agro-food and fisheries products, the EU and Tunisia agreed to a progressive opening of their respective markets for selected products.
Alongside these reductions in trade tariffs, the Association Agreement also contains provisions under which the EU and Tunisia have agreed to: The EU and Tunisia signed a bilateral protocol in 2009 on the establishment of a dispute settlement mechanism, which entered into force in September 2011.
More information on the Agadir Agreement The pan-Euro-Mediterranean cumulation system of origin was created in 2005.
It brings together the EU, Tunisia and other partners in Europe and the Mediterranean to support regional integration by creating a common system of rules of origin.
This committed all parties to removing all tariffs on trade between them and to harmonizing their legislation with regard to standards and customs procedures.
The Agadir Agreement entered into force in July 2006 and the implementation is ensured by the Agadir Technical Unit in Amman.
Euromed is an essential component in the pursuit of greater economic integration in the Mediterranean region, including among Mediterranean partners themselves.
More information on the Euro-Mediterranean partnership In 2004, Tunsia signed the Agadir Agreement with Jordan, Egypt, and Morocco.
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