Ivory Coast

Singapore’s Bilateral Agreements with Ivory Coast

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    Ivory Coast – Singapore Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT)

    BITs aim to promote greater investment flows between two countries by protecting the interests of their investors.

    The Ivory Coast-Singapore BIT was signed on 27 August 2014 at the third Africa Singapore Business Forum. Singapore's signatory was Mr S Iswaran, the former Minister for Trade and Industry and Ivory Coast's signatory was Mr Jean-Louis Billon, the former Minister of Commerce, Craft and SME Promotion. The BIT is currently pending Ivory Coast's ratification.
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    Singapore – Ivory Coast Air Services Agreement (ASA)

    Singapore has signed an ASA with Ivory Coast. As of February 2014, Singapore enjoys unlimited third and fourth freedom traffic rights, as well as unlimited fifth freedom traffic rights, except for passenger services.
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