TRADE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE HASHEMITE KINGDOM OF JORDAN
New Delhi, 11 May 1962
The Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan;
ANIMATED by the desire to develop and strengthen the trade between the two countries and to promote closer economic relations;
HAVE agreed as follows
The Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan shall, subject to their respective import,
export, foreign exchange and other regulations, give the maximum possible facilities and take all appropriate measures to promote
trade between the two countries in all possible ways, in particular with regard to items mentioned in Schedules 'A' and 'B' attached
to this Agreement.
The two Governments shall accord to the commerce of each other treatment no less favourable than that accorded to the commerce of
any third country.
The provision of Article II above shall not, however, apply to the grant or continuance of any
(a) advantages accorded by either of the Contracting Parties to contiguous countries-,
(b) advantages resulting from any customs union or free trade area to which either of the Contracting Parties is or may become a party.
(c) preferences or advantages, accorded by India or Jordan to any country, existing on the date of this Agreement or in so far as
India is concerned in replacement of such preferences or advantages that existed prior to the 15th August, 1947; and/or
(d) advantages accorded by virtue of a multilateral economic agreement designed to liberalise conditions of international commerce.
The two Governments shall enter into consultation periodically and give full consideration to suggestions that may be made for the
development and expansion of commerce and the diversification and balancing of trade between the two countries.
This Agreement shall supersede the provisions of the letters exchanged between the Indian Ambassador in Amman and the Foreign Minister
of the Government of Jordan on the July, 1961 and shall come into force with immediate effect and shall be valid for one year,
Thereafter it shall be renewable from year to year by tacit consent of the two parties unless rescinded on.. giving three months'
notice in writing by either party before its expiry.
DONE at New Delhi on the Cloth day of May, 1962, in two original copies in English language, both of which are equally authentic.
For the Government of the Republic of India.,
For the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
COMMODITIES FOR EXPORT FROM INDIA TO JORDAN
Cotton, woollen, silk and rayon,
Cotton and woollen piece goods,
Knitted garments, woollen, cotton and rayon, silk, art silk and rayon fabrics, cotton and
Other cotton, woollen and silk manufactures
Tea, coffee, spices including pepper; provisions and oilman's stores.
Preserved fruits, juices, pickles and chutneys
Confectionery and biscuits:
Cashew nuts and Kernels
Hydrogenated oils, i.e. 'Vanaspati' or Vegetable ghee
Vegetable oils and oilseeds, essential oils.
Chemical Products and Soaps:
Chemicals and chemical preparations, pharmaceuticals
Drugs and medicines
Sera and Vaccines
Soap, Toilet Requisites and perfumery
Paints, pigments and varnishes.
Mechanical equipment and apparatus
Pumps driven by diesel engines and electric motors
Sewing machines and spares
Bicycles and their parts
Textile machinery such as, carding machinery and weaving looms
Hand tool and small tools
Sugarcane crushing machinery
Rice and flour milling machinery
Oil presses and expellers
Agricultural implements Automobiles and their parts
Electrical alliances and accessories such as Conduit pipes, switches, bells, holders, cut-outs, etc.
Transmission line towers
Electric bulbs and tubes
Generators, Portable and fixed
Electric fans and their parts
Batteries (dry and wet)
Electric torch lights
Telephone apparatus and equipment
Ebonite sheets, rods and tubes
Cables and wires
Other electrical equipment and apparatus.
Household and Building Requirements:
Utensils including stainless steel ware
Household electric appliances such as cooking ranges, heaters, electric irons, testers, kettles, etc.
Household electrical fittings and fixtures
Linoleum Sanitary ware
G.I. Pipes and fittings
Manhole covers and plates
Iron and steel buckets
Incandescent oil pressure lamps
Safes, strong boxes and room fittings
Locks and padlocks
Bolts, nuts, screws and hinges, etc.
Steel furniture and hospital appliances
Scientific instruments of all types
Surgical and medical instruments
Tyres and tubes
Other rubber manufactures.
Leather, Manufactures Including Boots and Shoes
Artificial Leather Goods
Handicrafts and Cottage Industry Products
Stationery and Paper
Coir and coir products
Dyeing and tanning substances
Lac and shellac
Myrabolam and Myrabolam extracts
Glass and glassware including tableware, glass bottles and bangles
Books and printed matter
Sports and travel goods
Tents, tarpaulin and canvas
Artificial porcelain teeth
Writing and printing inks
Fountain pens and pencils
Plywood--commercial and decorative
And such other items as may become available for export from time to time.
COMMODITIES FOR EXPORT FROM JORDAN TO INDIA
2. Potash and bromine
4. Goat skins
6. Olive oil
8. Holy Land Handicrafts