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What is the definition of international trade blocs?

international trade blocs
February 29, 2012


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A trading block contains countries that concluded a mutual preferential trade agreement, often a free trade agreement. Members of the block give each other reduced trade tariffs and impose trade barriers to nonmembers.

The world's largest trading block is the European Union.

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