Describes bilateral and multilateral trade agreements that this country is party to, including with the United States. Includes websites and other resources where U.S. companies can get more information on how to take advantage of these agreements.
Last Published: 2/16/2019
Tajikistan has signed bilateral agreements on trade and investment facilitation with the following countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Hungary, Vietnam, India, China, Korea, Kuwait, United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Syria, Slovakia, the United States of America, Turkey, Czech Republic, Afghanistan, and Iran. Detailed list available here.

Tajikistan is a member of the Commonwealth of Independent States and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. CIS agreements regulate the transit of goods through relevant territories.  Tajikistan is not a member of Eurasian Economic Union led by Russia and Kazakhstan.  In 2004, the United States Government and the Central Asian governments signed a Regional Trade and Investment Framework Agreement.  In 2015 Tajikistan joined the U.S. led initiative C5+1.  This is a format for dialogue and a platform for joint efforts to address common challenges faced by the United States and the five Central Asian states. At the first C5+1 ministerial, held in Samarkand in November 2015, the six foreign ministers agreed to focus on three sectors of common interest – security, with a focus on terrorist threats; economics, with a focus on improving regional trade flows and prospects for U.S. trade and investment; and environmental challenges. At the second C5+1 ministerial, held in Washington in August 2016, the six ministers agreed to launch five projects across these three sectors, funded by a $15 million appropriation from the U.S. Congress.  Since the inception of C5+1, the Central Asian countries have been increasingly interested in regional approaches and view it as a catalyst for common action.  More information available here.

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Tajikistan Trade Development and Promotion Trade Agreements