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United States - Peru Trade Promotion Agreement

Published February 1, 2009

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United States - Peru Trade Promotion Agreement

The United States Trade Representative states, "The United States - Peru Trade Promotion Agreement was signed on April 12, 2006.  Eighty percent of U.S. exports of consumer and industrial goods to Peru and more than two-thirds of current U.S. farm exports to Peru will be duty-free immediately upon entry into force of the Agreement.  This comprehensive free trade agreement will eliminate other barriers to goods and services, promote economic growth, and expand trade between the two countries." The agreement was implemented on February 1, 2009.

 

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