Cooperation in all aspects of industrial standardization. 1. A joint cooperation committee was established made up of representatives of the Community and Argentina. It meets once a year, alternately in Brussels and Buenos Aires, on a mutually agreed date. Extraordinary meetings can be convened by mutual agreement. Promoting scientific and technological progress in all areas where cooperation is possible, extending existing programs to the date of this agreement and extending cooperation to other sectors, and U.S. trade in goods and services with Brazil has been estimated at $105.1 billion in 2019. Exports totaled $67.4 billion; Imports totaled $37.6 billion. The U.S. trade surplus with Brazil was $29.8 billion in 2019.
(1) Argentina and the Community create agricultural cooperation. To this end, they examine in a spirit of cooperation and goodwill: 1. The parties encourage, taking into account their mutual interest and long-term economic objectives, economic cooperation in all areas they deem appropriate, without this being excluded in principle and without taking into account their different developments. With regard to the trade barriers that may result from the exploitation of transport for the European Economic Community and its Member States or the Argentine Republic, there are plans to implement them under trade barriers. it was agreed that satisfactory solutions for maritime transport should be sought for both sides in order to promote the development of trade. The two sides are committed to encouraging visits by people, groups and delegations from the economic, commercial and industrial sectors, facilitating industrial and technical exchanges and trade contracts, and promoting the organisation of fairs and exhibitions on both sides and the provision of corresponding services. Where possible, they must provide each other with the necessary facilities for the above-mentioned activities. Within the framework of their respective competences and with the main objectives of promoting the development of industry and agriculture in the European Economic Community and the People`s Republic of China, diversifying their economic ties, promoting scientific and technological progress, opening new sources of supply and new markets, contributing to the development of their economies and improving their respective standards of living. , both sides agree, to strengthen economic cooperation in all areas that have the effect of consensus, in particular: IN the FRAMEWORK OF A NEW ÉLAN TO COMMERCIAL RELATIONS AND ECONOMICS IN THE COMMUNITY AND ARGENTINE, strengthening aspects of cooperation; The South Pacific Regional Trade and Economic Cooperation Agreement (SPARTECA) is a non-reciprocal trade agreement in which Australia and New Zealand offer unrestricted and free access to certain products from the developing countries of the Pacific Islands Forum. Signed in 1980 in Tarawa, Kiribati, the agreement is governed by rules of origin aimed at addressing unequal trade relations between the two groups.  The textile, apparel and footwear (TCF) industry has been a major beneficiary of Sparteca due to preferential access to the Australian and New Zealand markets.