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What Are Regional Trade Agreements?

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Regional trade agreements are between countries in a particular region. The most powerful are when they encompass a few countries that cover a wide and contiguous geographic area. These include NAFTA and the European Union. That's usually because the
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A regional free trade agreement removes all barriers to trade and
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One of the advantages is that NAFTA eliminated all trade barriers/tarrifs between the U.S, mexico, and Canada.
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Big advantages for big manufactures. They get the benefit of cheap labor and can bring their product back into the country tax free and still sell it as if were made in this country
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