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    Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA)

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    thirty-four democratic countries of the Western Hemisphere launched the process of creating a Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). The FTAA will be established by 2010 with the aim of gradually eradicating barriers to trade and investment in the region. The final characteristics of the FTAA will be determined through negotiations by government officials from the thirty-four participating countries. The trade issues that are presently under discussion are: market access; investment; services; government

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    The Free Trade Area of European Union It is clear that from the outset that European Union, as it is now called, had greater plans than a mere free trade area. The Rome Treaty provided quite explicitly for the cretion of not merly a customs union but indeed a common market. Although it does not call for the development of an economic union, having embarked on such a process of economic intergaration it might prove very difficult not to go on and realize an economic union. That is to say that

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    Government Policies: Trading Abroad

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    Education for the citizens of a nation can make a nation more competitive and this is a good reason for a nation to offer assistance towards secondary education. Free trade between the borders of a nation can help subsidize the needs of a nation by trading goods that are plentiful and obtaining goods it needs. Free Trade A country can trade for goods and services with other countries which can help a nation’s economy flourish. Trading abroad can help maintain competition and make goods and services

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    for European countries to trade without duties or tariffs, and as a way to share knowledge of industrial development. After the EU was created, it was clear that if South America wanted to compete on a world stage, they would need to implement a common market. South America has had plenty attempts at common markets, Latin America was first with the Central American Common Market, which they followed with Latin American Free Trade Association. The Latin American Free Trade Association included some

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    Increasing Globalization Global expansion has developed a tactical imperative for nearly all large organizations and multinational corporation (MNC) managers have a great deal on their hands in developing, monitoring and changing these strategies. Becoming international is an important factor in assisting organizations in becoming globally competitive. Globalization has become a prevalent spectacle over the past two decades. This is the case and it is not a surprise at this day and age to discover

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    Can We Have Free Trade and Protect the Environment? Endorsing free trade is easy. Ask an Economics professor why free trade is good and you will surely  be shown a graph with three or more intersecting lines that show a higher rate of output for nations that participate in free trade than nations that do not. Opposing free trade, at least on economic grounds, is a bit harder-unless you are an environmentalist. The economic advantages of free trade were recently brought to light at the

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    OXFAM's Global Reach

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    increasing interdependence in global markets and its effects on agriculture, coffee, and fair trade. World trade has the potential to reduce poverty, if poor people could sell their products at a reasonable price. However, the injustices of the world trade system are stopping them. Unfair trade agreements and agricultural subsides hinder efforts to reduce poverty in poor countries. In particular, farm and trade policies in the United States and the European Union are creating adversities for family

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    Background of Free Trade Agreement The Globalization of FTA (too much for the background?) According to the statistics from WTO, there are 255 regional trade agreements has been signed globally at the end of 2002 and 90% of these agreements are bilateral agreements. Bilateral agreements have gained increasingly attention and become one of the most important choices by more and more countries. In 2002 alone, Singapore has consecutively signed the bilateral free trade agreement with Japan, USA and

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    The term trade can defined as the movement of goods and consumables across the boundaries of the two regions in order to promote the access to items which are distinct in one region but surplus in the other. The international trade is as old as the history of mankind. Earlier when there was no concept of countries, the trade simply meant the movement of goods to far distant places. As soon as man realized that an access is needed to items that are not available in his region, he travelled and found

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    The Trans Pacific Partnership is a current trade agreement that is being discussed between the United States and a handful of countries in the Pacific. The TPP is the first regional free trade agreement the United States has entered since CAFTA in 2005. The agreement is between the United States and countries such as Canada, Australia, Japan, Malaysia, and New Zealand. This agreement is set to be an expansion of the previous Trans Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement, an agreement between

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