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U.S. Federal Information on Foreign Countries: Trade

This is primarily a guide to U.S. federal government information resources describing conditions in foreign countries, but also provides links to selected NGO and IGO resources which also describe international conditions.

International Trade - Internet Resources


Cross Strait Pavilion at 2007 Taipei AMPA.

Free trade areas are a difficult subject. It is impossible to map all the existing free trade agreements on one map, and still make it readable. Here are presented FTAs with three or more participants.

World Bank 2nd building in Washington, D.C.