List of Bilateral Free Trade Agreements

List Of Bilateral Free Trade Agreements

This is list of free trade agreements between two sides, where each side could be a country (or other customs territory), a trade bloc or an informal group of countries.

Every customs union, trade common market, economic union, customs and monetary union and economic and monetary union has also a free trade area.

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