EU, Singapore ink free trade deal

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Speaking at a press conference in Brussels, trade commissioner Karel De Gucht announced on Monday a free trade deal between the EU and Singapore, a move that should further open the Asian country's markets for financial services and make it easier for European automakers to export there. After the completion of negotiations by the European Commission, member states and the European Parliament need to sign off for the agreement to come into force.

 

 

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