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2009-AANZFTA-Annex-1-Schedules-of-Tariff-Commitments.zip

2009-AANZFTA-Annex-2-Product-Specific-Rules.pdf

2009-AANZFTA-Annex-3-Schedules-of-Specific-Services-Commitments.zip

2009-AANZFTA-Annex-4-Schedules-of-Movement-of-Natural-Persons-Commitments.zip

Summary Information
Full Title

2009 Agreement Establishing the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area

Short Title / Abbreviations

2009 AANZFTA

CIL Subject Classification
Date of Adoption 27/02/2009
Place of Adoption Cha-am, Thailand, sidelines of the 14th ASEAN Summit
Issued/Adopted by Economic Ministers of ASEAN, Australia and New Zealand
Dispute settlement provisions

There are multiple dispute settlement mechanisms. See Chapter 17 on Consultations and Dispute Settlement.

Note: Chapter 17 does not apply to any matters arising under Chapter 5 (Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures), Chapter 10 (Electronic Commerce), Chapter 12 (Economic Cooperation) and Chapter 14 (Competition) (Chapter 17, Article 3.1).

Depository

Secretary-General of ASEAN

Annexes

Annex 1: Schedules of Tariff Commitments

Annex 2: Product Specific Rules

Annex 3: Schedules of Specific Services Commitments

Annex 4: Schedules of Movement of Natural Persons Commitments

Entry Into Force Status In Force
Source

(Various sources; see below for sources and EIF dates)

Entry into Force / Termination Provisions

Chapter 18, Article 7: Entry into Force

“1. Each Party shall notify each other Party in writing upon completion of its internal requirements necessary for entry into force of this Agreement. This Agreement shall enter into force on 1 July 2009 for any Party that has made such notifications provided that Australia, New Zealand and at least four ASEAN Member States have made such notifications by that date.

2. If this Agreement does not enter into force on 1 July 2009 it shall enter into force, for any Party that has made the notification referred to in Paragraph 1, 60 days after the date by which Australia, New Zealand and at least four ASEAN Member States have made the notifications referred to in Paragraph 1.

3. After the entry into force of this Agreement pursuant to Paragraph 1 or 2, this Agreement shall enter into force for any Party 60 days after the date of its notification referred to in Paragraph 1.”

Chapter 18, Article 8.2: Termination

“This Agreement shall terminate if, pursuant to Paragraph 1:

(a) Australia withdraws;

(b) New Zealand withdraws; or

(c) this Agreement is in force for less than four ASEAN Member States.”

Status
ASEAN States (Source:

Compiled by CIL Staff; Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian GovernmentWorld Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)AANZFTA Website

as of 20/06/2019)
Brunei Darussalam Signature 27/02/2009
Ratification 29/10/2009
Entry Into Force 01/06/2010
Cambodia Signature 27/02/2009
Accession 05/11/2010
Entry Into Force 04/01/2011
Indonesia Signature 27/02/2009
Ratification 
Entry Into Force 10/01/2012
Lao PDR Signature 27/02/2009
Ratification 
Entry Into Force 01/01/2011
Malaysia Signature 27/02/2009
Ratification 03/12/2009
Entry Into Force 01/06/2010
Myanmar Signature 27/02/2009
Ratification 
Entry Into Force 01/06/2010
Philippines Signature 27/02/2009
Ratification 21/10/2009
Entry Into Force 01/06/2010
Singapore Signature 27/02/2009
Ratification 05/08/2009
Entry Into Force 01/06/2010
Thailand Signature 27/02/2009
Ratification 11/01/2010
Entry Into Force 12/03/2010
Viet Nam Signature 27/02/2009
Ratification 30/10/2009
Entry Into Force 01/06/2010
Other Country Australia    Signature 27/02/2009; Ratification 22/10/2009; Entry Into Force 01/06/2010
New Zealand    Signature 27/02/2009; Ratification 22/07/2009; Entry Into Force 01/06/2010
Related Instruments
Protocols / Amendments to this instrument

2014 First Protocol to Amend the Agreement Establishing the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area

Related Instruments

2009 Implementing Arrangement for the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area Economic Co-operation Work Programme Pursuant to Chapter 12 (Economic Co-operation) of the Agreement Establishing the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area

2009 Understanding on Article 1 (Reduction and/or Elimination of Customs Duties) of Chapter 2 (Trade in Goods) of the Agreement Establishing the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area

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Additional Information

Dates of ratification and accession given above were obtained from the WIPO website. The dates and types of instrument for the Lao PDR, Indonesia and Myanmar were unavailable at the time of update.