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Features - Editor, 9 July 2014

Swiss-China FTA Set to Increase Trade

The Free Trade Agreement signed by Swiss Federal Councilor Johann Schneider-Ammann and Chinese Minister of Commerce Gao Hucheng on July 6, 2013, came into effect on July 8, 2014, making Switzerland the first mainland European country to enter into such an agreement with China. The deal came about as a result of two years of negotiations between Bern and Beijing and is designed to cut through excessive red tape and regulate import and export tariffs, with a view to, among other factors, Switzerland gaining access to the sizable Chinese consumer market and China gaining the benefit of Swiss technological innovations.


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Trade - Editor, 11 June 2014

New Texas-China Air Travel Routes Likely to Boost Trade

In addition to enjoying increasing influence as an economic powerhouse, China has been identified as the world's fastest-growing air travel market, information which no doubt played a role in the establishment by American Airlines of direct routes between Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and two destinations in China – Hong Kong and Shanghai. American Airlines became the world’s largest airline following its December merger with US Airways, but was lagging behind competing US airlines, Delta and United, with regard to services to Asian destinations, including Japan and China.


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CIFTIS: Promoting Trade in Services in China

Taking place on May 28 to June 1, 2014, the China Beijing International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) offers a comprehensive platform for promoting international trade in services. Hosted by the Ministry of Commerce of People's Republic of China and People's Government of Beijing Municipality, CIFTIS is supported by the World Trade Organization (WTO), the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). CIFTIS covers all twelve sectors of trade in services as set out by the WTO – communication services; business services; construction and related engineering services; educational services; distribution services; financial services; environmental services; health and social services; tourism and travel-related services; recreational, cultural and sports services; transport services; and other services.


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