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The agreement covers all important areas of trade relations, including trade in goods, trade in services and investment, government procurement, competition and intellectual property. A Joint Committee shall be set up to monitor the Agreement. It also contains provisions on dispute settlement. In addition, the EFTA States and Chile have concluded bilateral agreements on agriculture. At the same time, it supports the inclusion of elements that are not currently included in the current agreement, namely a set of provisions on the trade and sustainable development chapter, anti-corruption provisions, a chapter on digital trade and, for the first time, trade and equality provisions in an EU trade agreement to promote equal opportunities and the treatment of women and men, so that they can benefit from the modernised agreement. The EFTA States signed a free trade agreement with Chile on 26 June 2003 in Kristiansand ( Norway). The Agreement entered into force on 1 December 2004. As part of these negotiations, the EU commissioned an independent Sustainable Impact Assessment (AIS). The SAA has been the subject of a regular dialogue with all relevant civil society actors. The SAA was published together with a position paper from the Commission services. On 24 November 1999, the first Eu-Chile Joint Council, established by the Framework Agreement, met in Brussels, Belgium.

The Joint Council defined the structure, methodology and timetable for the negotiations for a Political and Economic Association Agreement between Chile and the European Community and its Member States. May 2019 published by an independent consultant. In addition, trade in agricultural commodities is included in three bilateral agreements on agricultural commodities negotiated between the EFTA State (Iceland, Norway and Switzerland/Liechtenstein) and Chile. . . .

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