Singapore and the European Union (EU) finally concluded the EU-Singapore Free Trade Agreement (EUSFTA) last Friday, 19 October in Brussels, Belgium.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong made positive comments regarding the trade deal and shared a hopeful sentiment of the EUSFTA as a first step towards a region-to-region deal in the future.
In addition, the EU-Singapore Investment Protection Agreement and EU-Singapore Partnership and Cooperation Agreement were also signatured in Brussels.
For a more comprehensive coverage, the Straits Times published an article on 20 October with more details and comments regarding the EUSFTA. Click here to have more information.
Source: The Straits Times
EuroCham’s Advocacy Efforts in Lead Up to the Signature of the EUSFTA
- 31 January 2018: Closed-door meeting with European Members of Parliament (MEPs) in Singapore
- 14 February 2018: Breakfast Dialogue with ‘Friends of Europe’ in Singapore
- 24-25 April 2018: EuroCham Singapore’s Mission to Brussels
- 2 July 2018: Joint Statement Letter with European National Business Groups in Singapore
- 10-11 July 2018: Meetings with the European Parliament
- 16 November 2018: EUSFTA Outreach Reception