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Singapore, India to cut tariffs on 30 more products

Rules of origin improved and new product specific rules created after second CECA review

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New product specific rules, which are typically easier to meet than the general rule of origin, have also been created for goods such as machinery parts and edible oils. This will make it easier for Singapore exports into India to qualify for preferential tariffs.

SINGAPORE and India will reduce or remove tariffs on a further 30 products, improve rules of origin and facilitate mutual recognition of nursing standards following the second review of the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) between the two countries.

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