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FTA (Free Trade Agreement)

An FTA (Free Trade Agreement) is an agreement between two or more countries that minimizes barriers to and increases trade between the participating countries.

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What is an FTA (free trade agreement)?

An agreement between two or more countries designed to minimize barriers to trade and increase trade between the participating countries. FTAs typically allow companies to import products duty free or at a lower duty rate.


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