Vietnam Free Trade Agreements With India
The People`s Republic of China has bilateral trade agreements with the blocs, countries and their two specific administrative regions:  Turkey has bilateral and multilateral agreements with: New Delhi is trying to accelerate its own bilateral free trade negotiations with the bloc, which could create a level playing field for its exporters, but not become a hasty agreement experts and officials say. Vietnam is an attractive destination for production and export, thanks to its series of free trade agreements with several countries, so that products can be exported to these low-priced countries. There is a need for the local support industry to support large producers, and Indian companies have the potential to fill gaps in this sector. Vietnam`s manufacturing industry has quickly become a highly efficient site for importing electronics and telecommunications manufacturers, who are moving from China due to rising costs and a trade war between the United States and China. The country has strengthened investor confidence by rapidly and effectively limiting the COVID 19 pandemic. Vietnam is becoming a top choice for large companies looking to create their new production centres and diversify their supply chains. „Today, India needs reciprocal agreements that need to be developed bilaterally, but unfortunately all of these bilateral agreements may not be consistent,” Palit said. „The attempt to under-persodinate the EVFTA through our own free trade agreement will have its own problems. We cannot ignore the fact that there are also market access problems on the EU side, because the bloc insists on opening up sensitive sectors such as cars, wine and spirits,” said Professor Biswajit Dhar. An interactive list of bilateral and multilateral free trade instruments can be find on the TREND Analytics website.  ON 13 August 2009, ASEAN and India signed the ASEAN-India Trade Agreement (TIG) in Bangkok after six years of negotiations. The signing of the ASEAN-India trade agreement paves the way for the creation of one of the world`s largest free trade agreements – a market of nearly 1.8 billion people with a total GDP of $2.8 trillion.