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Now it could show the Western hemisphere what a future digital free trade zone might look like.

From Ozy

The three nations are ahead of the curve as digital economies and could lay out a blueprint for a free trade zone specifically for online commerce.

From Ozy

Following years of preparation, and a pandemic postponement from its original start date in mid-2019, the world will welcome the largest free trade area since the development of the World Trade Organization, by number of participating countries.

From Quartz

Chilean wine is subject to a 0% tariff in China, thanks to a free trade agreement signed in 2005 that gradually reduced tariffs on wine to nothing in 2015.

From Fortune

The UK says this can be solved by a regular, old-school-style free trade agreement, like the one Canada has with the EU.

From Vox

The agreement would have established free trade and political cooperation and put Ukraine on the road to EU membership.

On the Democratic side of the ledger antipathy towards free trade is presumed and, by now, historic.

Most companies want expanded free-trade deals and tort reform.

The new guidelines do not impinge on the free-trade agreement or other agreements governing cultural and sports exchanges.

Last term, he got Congress to approve new free trade pacts with South Korea, Colombia and Panama.

The doctrine of international free trade, albeit the most conspicuous of its applications, was but one case under the general law.

The doctrines of free trade are of very recent growth; the data on which its laws are founded are few, and also uncertain.

Cobdenites ascribe every known or imagined improvement in commerce, and the condition of the masses, to Free Trade.

England has sinned against India by forcing free trade upon her.

In the Liberal campaign on behalf of free trade the real leader, however, was Mr Asquith.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to free trade, such as: balance of trade, capitalism, managed prices, multilateral trade, noninvolvement, and open market.

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