4 Oct 2018
Acronym in full: Free Trade Agreement
Free Trade Agreement (FTA) is a treaty between two or more countries/economies, such as CEPA or NAFTA, to form a free trade area, whose members agree to eliminate tariffs and non-tariff barriers for goods and services traded between them.
Related section: CEPA
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