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    What is a free trade agreement?

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    What is a free trade agreement?

    What are the economic objectives the US sees to accomplish by signing a free trade agreement (FTA)?

    What are 2 FTA's the US currently belongs to?

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    A Free Trade Agreement (FTA) allows for the unfettered exchange of products between economic agents (firms, consumers) across countries that are signatories to the agreement. (Korres, 271) That is, goods can be traded across national boundaries without any of the barriers to trade that government can impose on foreign goods such as tariffs and quotas. Economic ...

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    What is a free trade agreement?

    What are the economic objectives the US sees to accomplish by signing a free trade agreement (FTA)?

    What are 2 FTA's the US currently belongs to?

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