OAS
 
Peru-China
Text of the Agreement
  Background and negotiations
   

Negotiations for a free trade agreement between Peru and China began on 23 January 2008. On 19 November 2008, after six rounds of negotiations, Peru and China concluded negotiations for a FTA. In addition, negotiations for a customs cooperation agreement and a memorandum of understanding on labor and social security cooperation were finalized.

On 28 April 2009, Peru and China signed a free trade agreement.

On November 22, 2016 Peru and China signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the Optimization of the Peru-China Free Trade Agreement.

Documents related to the negotiations
22 November 2016 Lima, Peru. Peru and China signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the Optimization of the Peru-China FTA. in Spanish PDF
28 April 2009 Beijing, China. Peru and China sign FTA in Spanish PDF
19 November 2008 Peru and China conclude FTA negotiations PDF
13-18 October 2008 Beijing, China. VI round of free trade negotiations in Spanish PDF
01 September 2008 Lima, Peru. V round of free trade negotiations in Spanish PDF
28 June - 03 July 2008 Lima, Peru. IV round of free trade negotiations in Spanish PDF
12-16 May 2008 Beijing, China. III round of free trade negotiations in Spanish PDF
03-07 March 2008 Beijing, China. II round of free trade negotiations in Spanish PDF
23 January 2008

San Isidro, Peru. I round of free trade negotiations in Spanish PDF

Source: Ministerio de Comercio Exterior y Turismo, Peru (MINCETUR); Ministry of Foreign Affairs,  the People's Republic of China

  Text of the Agreement
   
28 April 2009 Text of the Peru-China FTA 
Source: Ministerio de Comercio Exterior y Turismo de Perú (MINCETUR)
  Entry into force
    The Peruvian Government ratified the agreement through Decree No 092-2009-RE, which was published on 06 December 2009 in the Official Gazzette.

The Peru-China Free Trade Agreement entered into force on 01 March 2010.

01 March 2010 Peru-China FTA enters into force
06 December 2009 Ratification of the Peru-China FTA
Source: Diario Oficial EL PERUANO; Presidencia de la República del Perú
  Implementation of the Agreement
   

Article 170 of the Peru-China Free Trade Agreement establishes a Free Trade Commission, comprised of ministerial level officials of the Parties or their appointees with the same decision ability, as set out in Annex 11 (Free Trade Commission).

Meetings of the Free Trade Commission
30 July 2012 San Isidro, Peru. First meeting of the Free Trade Commission  Spanish PDF
Source: Ministerio de Comercio Exterior y Turismo de Perú (MINCETUR)

  Related Articles and Studies
   
April 2014 MINCETUR. Study of the use of the Peru-China FTA. Fourth year of Entry into Force of the FTA
April 2013 MINCETUR. Study of the use of the Peru-China FTA. Third year of Entry into Force of the FTA
May 2012 MINCETUR. Study of the use of the Peru-China FTA. Second year of Entry into Force of the FTA
22 July 2011 MINCETUR. Study of the use of the Peru-China FTA. First year of Entry into Force of the FTA
Source: Ministerio de Comercio Exterior y Turismo, Peru (Mincetur)

 

  Sources
 
 
Spanish version 
Recent Developments
  22 November 2016. Peru and China signed a Memorandum of Understanding  New!

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