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The United States - Peru Trade Promotion Agreement was signed on April 12, 2006.  Eighty percent of U.S. exports of consumer and industrial goods to Peru and more than two-thirds of current U.S. farm exports to Peru will be duty-free immediately upon entry into force of the Agreement.  This comprehensive free trade agreement will eliminate other barriers to goods and services, promote economic growth, and expand trade between the two countries.


1. Initial Provisions and General Definitions

2. National Treatment and Market Access for Goods

3. Textiles and Apparel

4. Rules of Origin Procedures

5. Customs Administration and Trade Facilitation

6. Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures

7. Technical Barriers to Trade

8. Trade Remedies

9. Government Procurement

10. Investment

11. Cross-Border Trade In Services

12. Financial Services

13. Competition Policy

14. Telecommunications

15. Electronic Commerce

16. Intellectual Property Rights

17. Labor

18. Environment

19. Transparency

20. Administration of the Agreement and Trade Capacity Building

21. Dispute Settlement

22. Exceptions

23. Final Provisions

Annex I: Non-Conforming Measures for Services and Investment

Annex II: Non-Conforming Measures for Services and Investment

Annex III: Non-Conforming Measures for Financial Services

Biodiversity-TK Understanding