In order to enhance trade and economic cooperation with Fiji’s key trading partners, Fiji is a party of a number of trading blocs and trade agreements, these include:

World Trade Organisation Agreements

Multilateral Trade Multilateral trade centres around the World Trade Organisation (WTO), which was established in 1995 and Fiji acceded to the WTO in 1996.

EU-Pacific Interim Partnership Agreement (IEPA)

Expiration of Cotonou Agreement, which guided trade and economic relations between the EU and the ACP, Fiji as part of PACP endeavoured to finalise a WTO compatible regional EPA with the EU.

Melanesia Spearhead Group Trade Agreement (MSGTA)

MSG was conceived in 1986 between the three Melanesian Pacific Island Countries (PICs) namely PNG, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands.

Pacific Island Countries Trade Agreement (PICTA)

PICTA is an essential instrument agreed to by 14 Pacific Island Countries (PICs) to promote regional cooperation and integration via trade.

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