Satta Agreement

These terms and conditions for users of the site and service constitute, with the privacy policy, a mandatory agreement (the “agreement”) between you and Satta King 2020. We use cookies. Upon accessing Satta King 2020, you have agreed to use cookies in accordance with Satta King 2020`s privacy policy. In accordance with the trade liberalization programme, States Parties must meet the following timetable for tariff reduction. Non-least developing countries should reduce the current tariff to 20% and reduce current tariffs in smaller developing countries by 30%. But the system of trade liberalization is not applicable to the sensitive list, since this list must be negotiated between the contracting countries and then negotiated. A sensitive list will include a common agreement between the States Parties in favour of the least developed States Parties. The SAFTA Council of Ministers (SMC) will participate to review the sensitive list every four years to reduce the list. The creation of an intergovernmental group (IGG) to develop an agreement to establish a ZATA until 1997 was approved at the sixth ASAC Summit in Colombo in December 1991. These terms and conditions describe the rules and rules governing the use of the Satta King 2020 website under sattaking2020.in/.

The aim of SAFTA is to promote and increase common contracts between countries, such as medium- and long-term contracts. State-managed trade contracts, the supply and import insurance of certain products, etc. It includes an agreement on tariff concessions such as the concession of national taxes and non-tariff concessions of a vote battle in the first round of elections between the two future mayors, which ended in favour of Mulas (26.05%) agreement and a distribution of programmes between the two political forces for the second round. Beyond the differences that had divided the front into two almost similar camps, the criterion of concordance was chosen in some basic programmatic points. The main objective of the agreement is to promote competition in the region and to offer equitable benefits to the countries concerned.