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Full list of EU trade agreements

Introduction to Rules of origin

The EU has free trade agreements (FTAs) with individual countries throughout the world. Beyond the usual Chapter providing for preferential tariff treatment, these agreements also often include clauses on trade facilitation and rule-making in areas such as investment, intellectual property, government procurement, technical standards and sanitary and phytosanitary issues.

  • Algeria - Association Agreement, 01 September 2005
  • Egypt - Association Agreement, 01 June 2004
  • Israel - Association Agreement, 01 June 2000
  • Jordan - Association Agreement, 01 May 2002
  • Lebanon - Interim Agreement, 01 March 2003
  • Morocco - Association Agreement, 01 March 2000
  • Palestinian Authority - Association Agreement, 01 July 1997
  • Syria - Co-operation Agreement, 01 July 1977
  • Tunisia - Association Agreement, 01 March 1998
Other countries
Customs unions

Full list of EU trade agreements

Rules of origin under free-trade agreements

The rules of origin applicable to a country's products are set out in an Origin Protocol attached to the specific agreement between the EU and the country concerned.

Introduction to EU rules of origin