EU and Japan create world's biggest free trade zone
Almost all tariffs on trade between the European Union and the world's third-biggest economy have been removed. European companies could save around a billion euros in duties each year.
Japan will have scrappped duties on 97 percent of goods imported from the EU once the agreement is fully implemented.
Open access to the Japanese market will save EU companies from paying €1 billion ($1.14 billion) of duties annually.
The EU will eliminate tariffs on 99 percent of imports from Japan.
In the automotive sector, the EU will eliminate duties over a seven-year transition period.
Both sides will eliminate duties on nearly all food and agricultural products.
The service market will be opened, including financial services, e-commerce, telecommunications and transport.
For the first time, the trade agreement includes countries' Paris climate deal commitments.
The text also addresses sustainable development and sets standards for labor, safety, environmental and consumer protection.
Eh heh, prvo Kanada a sada i ovo, svet je malo blizi.
Sta li ce Britanci od situacije da urade... njima ce biti potrebne decenije da implementiraju smislene FTA dilove sa svim kljucnim igracima, a uzevsi u obzir kakvo im je iskustvo sa pregovorima u samom Brexit procesu... zabava je garantovana.