Bilateral Trade Agreements Of Bangladesh

The government was hit hard by the EU in the 2001 trade and development cooperation agreement between the two sides, which accepted the EU`s demands for dhaka plus aimed, for example, at granting companies monopoly rights over seeds (patenting); The government was in controversial talks with the United States on a framework trade and investment agreement, a prelude to a possible free trade agreement with Washington; However, in 2010, after several years of discussions, it was decided not to sign one. The United States then asked Bangladesh to sign an agreement on the Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum, but it has not yet been signed. Of these countries, Bangladesh has almost concluded trade negotiations with Bhutan.