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  1. The Central European Free Trade Agreement ( CEFTA) is an international trade agreement between countries mostly located in Southeastern Europe.

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      The original CEFTA agreement was signed by the Visegrád...

  2. The European Union negotiates free trade deals on behalf of all of its member states, as the member states have granted the EU has an "exclusive competence" to conclude trade agreements. Before negotiations start, member states' governments (via the Council of Ministers) approve the negotiating mandate;

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    As of 1 July 2013, the par­ties of the CEFTA agree­ment are: Al­ba­nia, Bosnia and Herze­gov­ina, Moldova, Mon­tene­gro, North Mace­do­nia, Ser­bia, and UNMIK (on be­half of Kosovo). For­mer par­ties are Bul­garia, Croa­tia, Czech Re­pub­lic, Hun­gary, Poland, Ro­ma­nia, Slo­va­kia, and Slove­nia. Their CEFTA mem­ber­ships ended when they be­came m...

    For­mer PoznańDe­c­la­ra­tion cri­te­ria: 1. World Trade Organizationmembership 2. European Union Association Agreement with provisions for future full membership 3. Free Trade Agreementswith the current CEFTA member states Cur­rent cri­te­ria since Za­grebmeet­ing in 2005: 1. WTO membership or commitment to respect all WTO regulations 2. any Europ...

    Original agreement

    The orig­i­nal CEFTA agree­ment was signed by the Visegrád Group coun­tries, that is by Poland, Hun­gary and Czechia and Slo­va­kia (at the time parts of the Czecho­slo­va­kia) on 21 De­cem­ber 1992 in Kraków, Poland. It came into force in July 1994. Through CEFTA, par­tic­i­pat­ing coun­tries hoped to mo­bi­lize ef­forts to in­te­grate into West­ern Eu­ro­pean in­sti­tu­tions and through this, to join Eu­ro­pean po­lit­i­cal, eco­nomic, se­cu­rity and legal sys­tems, thereby con­sol­i­dat­in...

    2006 agreement

    All of the par­ties of the orig­i­nal agree­ment had now joined the EU and thus left CEFTA. There­fore, it was de­cided to ex­tend CEFTA to cover the rest of the Balkan states, which al­ready had com­pleted a ma­trix of bi­lat­eral free trade agree­ments in the frame­work of the Sta­bil­ity Pact for South East­ern Eu­rope. On 6 April 2006, at the South East Eu­rope Prime Min­is­ters Summit in Bucharest, a joint de­c­la­ra­tion on ex­pan­sion of CEFTA to Al­ba­nia, Bosnia and Herze­gov­ina, Mo...

    All for­mer par­tic­i­pat­ing coun­tries had pre­vi­ously signed as­so­ci­a­tion agree­ments with the EU, so in fact CEFTA has served as a prepa­ra­tion for full Eu­ro­pean Unionmem­ber­ship. Poland, the Czech Re­pub­lic, Hun­gary, Slo­va­kia, Slove­nia joined the EU on 1 May 2004, with Bul­garia and Ro­ma­nia fol­low­ing suit on 1 Jan­u­ary 2007. ...

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  3. On December 19, 2006 in Bucharest under the Chairmanship of Romania, the Central European Free Trade Agreement was substantially amended and its membership enlarged to create CEFTA 2006 – a modern and ambitious free trade agreement with six new Parties from South Eastern Europe.

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    L'accordo iniziale

    Il CEFTA fu creato da Polonia, Ungheria e Cecoslovacchia (il cosiddetto "Gruppo di Visegrád") il 21 dicembre 1992 a Cracovia ed entrò in vigore il luglio del 1994. L'accordo fu emendato una prima volta l'11 settembre 1995 a Brno e una seconda volta il 4 luglio 2003 a Bled. La Slovenia è entrata a far parte del CEFTA nel 1996, la Romania nel 1997, la Bulgaria nel 1999, la Croazia nel 2002, la Repubblica di Macedonia nel 2006, mentre Serbia, Bosnia-Erzegovina, Montenegro, Albania e Moldavia nel...

    Il nuovo accordo

    Tutti gli stati membri che hanno lasciato il CEFTA nel 2004 e nel 2007 sono diventati membri UE. Su suggerimento dell'UE il CEFTA è stato conservato e trasformato per coprire il resto degli stati dei Balcani che già hanno completato una serie di accordi di stabilizzazione con l'UE nel quadro del Patto di stabilità per il sud est d'Europa. Il 6 aprile 2006, al Summit dei primi ministri dell'Europa sud-orientale a Bucarest, è stata adottata una dichiarazione congiunta sull'allargamento del CEFT...

    Precedenti criteri, dichiarazione di Poznań: 1. membro dell'Organizzazione mondiale del commercio(WTO) 2. firma dell'accordo di stabilizzazione e associazione con l'Unione europeacon raccomandazioni per la futura adesione 3. accordo di libero scambio con i membri CEFTA Attuali criteri dall'incontro di Zagabria del 2005: 1. membro dell'Organizzazion...

    (EN) Trattato originale CEFTA (PDF), su worldtradelaw.net.
    (EN) Preambolo dell'accordo sull'emendamento riguardo l'adesione al CEFTA (Accordo CEFTA 2006) (PDF), su stabilitypact.org. URL consultato il 23 dicembre 2008 (archiviato dall'url originale il 14 g...
  5. 中欧自由貿易協定(以下CEFTA)は 冷戦 終了直後の 1992年 12月21日に ポーランド の クラクフ で、 ヴィシェグラード・グループ ( ポーランド ・ チェコスロバキア (当時)・ ハンガリー )によって結ばれ、 1994年 7月に施行された。 これを通して西ヨーロッパの民主主義の政治、自由貿易経済のノウハウを蓄積することが目的である。 その後1996年に スロベニア が、1997年には ルーマニア が、1998年に ブルガリア が、2002年には クロアチア が、2006年には マケドニア (現:北マケドニア)が加盟した。 1995年9月11日に チェコ の ブルノ で、2003年7月4日に スロベニア の ブレッド でそれぞれ条約が改定された。 2007年から [ 編集]

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