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Bhutan, Myanmar and Nepal

This chapter seeks to analyse the benefits for Bhutan, Myanmar and Nepal,1 if they decide to accede to APTA, not only in terms of goods, but also in services and investment. The chapter also: (a) examines the other bilateral and multilateral agreements that the Participating States of APTA have with potential members, including duty-free and quota-free schemes; (b) evaluates the benefits to potential Participating States of APTA from the Fourth Round concessions and beyond; and (c) analyses the advantages from liberalization of foreign direct investment (FDI) in manufacturing and services for both potential member countries and current Participating States of APTA under the Framework Agreements.

Sustainable Development Goals:
Countries: Bhutan; Myanmar; Nepal
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