Finally, on India, which turns inward. India is higher than the United States, Japan and China in the rate of trade opening, the measure accepted worldwide. China is India`s largest trading partner, accounting for nearly 10% of India`s total trade. The Sino-Indian trade scenario can be summed up as follows: if negotiated and implemented, it will be one of the largest trading blocs in the world. With a combined gross domestic product of nearly $17 trillion and more than 40% of world trade. It also includes more than 3 billion people. They forget that India has free trade agreements with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Japan, South Korea and that three-quarters of bilateral trade is already tariff-free. India also has a small preferential trade agreement with China. The free trade agreement offers export opportunities for agricultural products (including processed products) to macro, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Trade is of great importance to most nations in the modern world.
Trade without barriers – free trade – is encouraged by institutions such as the World Trade Organization (WTO). In this context, India`s free trade agreements deserve special attention as an emerging superpower. A free trade agreement is an agreement between countries to reduce or remove trade barriers. Tariff barriers, such as taxes and non-tariff barriers, such as regulatory laws, are among the barriers to trade. A free trade agreement or free trade agreement is an agreement between two or more countries in which countries agree on certain obligations regarding trade in goods and services as well as the protection of investors and intellectual property rights. Free trade agreements are agreements between two or more countries or trading blocs, which first agree to remove or remove tariff and non-tariff barriers to important trade between them. Free trade agreements generally cover trade in goods (for example. B agricultural or industrial products) or trade in services (such as banks, construction, trade, etc.).
Free trade agreements can also cover other areas such as intellectual property (IR) rights, investments, public procurement and competition policy, etc. The Global Regional Economic Partnership, also known as RCEP, is a mega trading bloc negotiated between the ten asean members and six other members, namely South Korea, Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand and India.