On October 7, 2020, China and Norway held an FTA Chief Negotiators' meeting via video link. The two sides conducted in-depth consultations and reached multiple consensuses on trade in goods, trade in services, trade remedies, intellectual property, environment and trade, sanitary and phytosanitary measures, technical barriers to trade, laws, and dispute settlement, among others.

The two sides believe that speeding up FTA negotiations is crucial for the two countries in jointly fighting COVID-19, supporting free trade and multilateralism, restoring economic growth and safeguarding the stability of the global industrial and supply chains. The two countries pledged to conclude the negotiations as soon as possible.

 

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