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Free Trade Agreement

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CHAPTER 1Objectives and General Definitions

CHAPTER 2National Treatment and Market Access for Goods

CHAPTER 3Trade Remedies

CHAPTER 4: Technical Barriers to Trade

CHAPTER 5Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures

CHAPTER 6Customs and Trade Facilitation

CHAPTER 7Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade and Investment in Renewable Energy Generation

CHAPTER 8Services, Establishment and Electronic Commerce

CHAPTER 9Government Procurement

CHAPTER 10Intellectual Property

CHAPTER 11Competition and Related Matters

CHAPTER 12Trade and Sustainable Development

CHAPTER 13Transparency

CHAPTER 14Dispute Settlement

CHAPTER 15Mediation Mechanism

CHAPTER 16Institutional, General and Final Provisions

Protocol 1Rules of Origin (incl Annexes and Joint Declarations)

Understanding 1: Relation to Article 16.6 (Taxation)
Understanding 2: Relation to the Remuneration of Arbitrators
Understanding 3: Additional Customs-Related Provisions
Understanding 4: Mutual Recognition of Customs' Authorised Economic Operators (AEO) Programmes

Joint Declaration Concerning Customs Unions

Investment Protection Agreement

Disclaimer: Trade and investment negotiations between the EU and Singapore have been finalised and the legal revision of the texts has been completed. The text of the EU-Singapore investment protection agreement presented in this webpage is made public solely for information purposes. The agreement presented in this document is not binding under international law and will only become so after completion by each Party of its internal legal procedures necessary for the entry into force of the Agreement.

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CHAPTER 1: Objective and General Definitions

CHAPTER 2: Investment Protection

CHAPTER 3: Dispute Settlement

CHAPTER 4: Institutional, General and Final Provisions

Understanding 1: In Relation to Singapore's Specific Constraints of Space or Access to Natural Resources

Understanding 2: In Relation to the Remuneration of Arbitrators