Norway’s seafood industry welcomes EFTA-India trade deal

EFTA and India sign Trade and Economic Partnership Agreement

New agreement will gradually reduce the current seafood tariff level to zero within five years

EFTA States and India have signed a landmark Trade and Economic Partnership Agreement (TEPA) which is expected to bring significant economic benefits, such as better-integrated and more resilient supply chains, and new opportunities for businesses and individuals on both sides leading to increased trade and investment flows, job creation and economic growth.

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