Additional Protocol To The Eu-Turkey Association Agreement

In normal areas, the obligation to approximate legislation under the Cu Agreement has cooperated with the more general approximation process in many areas covered by free trade agreements, such as. B in the field of intellectual property (IP) and competition policy (including rules applicable to state-owned enterprises). In these areas, the internalisation of the EU acquis has had a greater impact on Turkey`s internal regulatory reform and alignment with modern practices than the effects of EU free trade agreements with other partners. The BPTF is the result of the transition period. It consists of the provisions contained in the agreements on trade in goods between the EU and Turkey since the Ankara agreement, namely: this has enabled Turkey to gradually make greater commitments with other partners. That`s how it was on November 15 On November 27, 2015, the free trade agreement with Singapore signed Turkey`s first comprehensive agreement in a single company and includes commitments in areas such as intellectual property rights, e-commerce, competition and transparency. 2. Turkey shall endeavour, to the extent necessary to avoid obstacles to the movement of goods within the Community, to take all appropriate measures to resolve any practical problems which may arise in the context of trade between Turkey and countries bound by an Association Agreement or a Preferential Agreement with the Community. Each Party shall inform the other Party of any agreement on trade with German territories in which the Basic Law does not apply to the Federal Republic of Germany and of any implementing rules. Each Party shall ensure that the implementation of these Conventions is not contrary to the principles of association and, in particular, shall take appropriate measures to avoid harm to the economy of the other Party. If such agreements or amendments may have a direct and particular impact on the functioning of the association, appropriate consultation shall be organised within the Association Council in order to take account of the interests of the parties.

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