Arbitration procedures shall not apply to this Chapter. At present, products manufactured in Georgia have access to one third of the global consumer market through free trade regimes, which total more than 2.3 billion consumers. As a far-reaching agreement, the free trade agreement includes trade in goods, trade in services, establishment, protection of intellectual property rights, government procurement, competition, trade and sustainable development. In the field of trade in goods, the Contracting Parties shall waive all customs duties on industrial products from the entry into force of the Agreement. The agreement establishes a preferential trade regime – the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA). This regime improves market access between the EU and Georgia, based on better coordinated rules.