The People`s Republic of China has concluded bilateral trade agreements with the following blocs, countries and their two special administrative regions: 1. Where the traded product is invoiced by an operator from a third country, whether signatory or not, for the issue of the certificate of origin, the final producer or exporter of the product shall submit the first commercial invoice and a corresponding affidavit from the final producer attesting that the products fulfil the origin criteria of those rules. The added value achieved only within the signatory party is taken into account in the calculation of the local value added. List of agreements between two states, two blocs or one bloc and one state. List of negotiated agreements. Agreements that, until now, are only discussed without the formal action of the parties concerned, are not mentioned. The expanded agreement must take into account the fact that, in most cases, the rules of origin of trade agreements no longer meet the reality of global value chains. And these value chains require rules that can simultaneously regulate trade in goods, services and investment. 2. The MERCOSUR countries and India shall take all necessary measures to ensure that products which are marketed with a certificate of origin and which use a special economic zone located in their territory during transport are not replaced by other products and do not undergo any treatment other than normal treatment in order to avoid their deterioration. Both sides agreed on the need to significantly increase the number of customs lines in the current India-MERCOSUR PTA, as this would help cover a large part of bilateral trade.
Turkey has concluded bilateral and multilateral agreements: Switzerland (which has a customs union with Liechtenstein, which is sometimes included in agreements) has concluded bilateral agreements with the following countries and blocs: a. are covered by a description of the products eligible for concessions in the country of destination under this Agreement. (ii) are not intended for trade, consumption, use or employment in the country of transit; Countries such as Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay (MERCOSUR) have held discussions with India on the extension of customs lines to increase the volume of trade. This extension of the agreement is expected to improve trade relations between the countries concerned and reach a trade target of $30 billion by 2030. . .