DAMPAK IMPLEMENTASI JAPAN – SWITZERLAND FREE TRADE AND ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT (JSFTEPA) TERHADAP PERDAGANGAN BILATERAL ANTARA JEPANG DAN SWISS PERIODE 2010 – 2015
MANGUNSONG, ANANTA CIPTA
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Trade liberalization is a policy to reduce and eliminate trade barriers in an effort to improve the flow of goods and services. The implementation of trade liberalization was shown by Japan and Swiss in the establishment of Japan – Switzerland Free Trade and Economic Partnership Agreement (JSFTEPA) in 2009. After Six years upon entry into force, the impact of this agreement show the bilateral trade between these countries each year has increased. The implementation of this agreement not only affect the trade value between Japan and Swiss, but also influence these countries to apply trade specialization. Japan trade mainly focused on electronic and automotive goods and the side, Switzerland export to Japan maily focused on chemical goods and beverage goods. Shortly this agreement improve the trade flow between these countries and open new market access to Japan and Switzerland.