ROC differs in all EU agreements, which takes into account the particular circumstances. In the case of pan-euro-med-eligible agreements, including BPTF, 14 The ROC accumulation system has developed over time between the pan-European cumulative system (PECS) introduced in 1997 and the Pan-Euro Med Med (PEM) system introduced in 2005, which was formalized in its current structure in 201215. Nevertheless, the BPTF is obsolete on a number of important points due to the lack of coverage of services, direct light and public procurement; and has not contained anti-fraud provisions contained in EU trade agreements since 2001. The AFTR is asymmetrical in Turkey`s favour by granting Turkey a general exemption from ad valorem duties for products under Protocol 2. The main action between the BPTF and other trade agreements between the EU and Turkey is the cross-cumulative for qualified products under the CSA and AFTR (rules of origin) ROC. The conditions for the implementation of the provisions of this agreement in other areas in these areas will be set at a later date, by mutual agreement between the parties. Turkey`s Association Agreement with the EU serves as the basis for the implementation of the accession process. Several institutions have been created to ensure political dialogue and cooperation throughout the accession preparation process. 2.

This stage does not last more than twelve years, subject to exceptions that can be taken by mutual agreement. Exceptions must not impede the final creation of the customs union within a reasonable period of time. Turkey first applied for membership of the European Economic Community (EEC) in July 1959, with the EEC established in 1958. The EEC responded by proposing the establishment of an association as an interim measure leading to full membership. This led to negotiations that culminated in the Ankara Agreement on 12 September 1963. [1] The BPTF is the result of the transition phase. It consists of the provisions of the agreements on the exchange of goods between the EU and Turkey since the Ankara Agreement, namely: in the areas of regulation, the obligation to reconcile legislation under the EC agreement with the more general harmonisation process in many areas under free trade agreements such as intellectual property (IP) and competition policy (including rules on state-owned enterprises) to work together. In these areas, the internalisation of the European acquis has had a greater impact on internal regulatory reform and Turkey`s alignment with modern practices than on the effects of EU free trade agreements with other partners.