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This view became popular for the first time in 1817 by the economist David Ricardo in his book On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation. He argued that free trade broadens diversity and reduces the prices of goods available in a nation, while better devaluing its own resources, knowledge and skills. It is also important to note that a free trade agreement is a reciprocal agreement authorized by Article XXIV of the GATT. Autonomous trade agreements for developing and least developed countries are permitted by the 1979 decision by the signatories of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) („empowerment clause“) on differentiated and more favourable treatment, reciprocity and increased participation of developing countries. It forms the legal basis for the WTO`s Generalized Preference System (GSP). [13] Free trade agreements and preferential trade agreements (as mentioned by the WTO) are considered an exception to the MFN principle. [14] Another thing about a free trade area is that everything imported from outside generally cannot be freely traded within the zone. For example, two countries that are members of a free trade area, such as the United States and Mexico, are waiving each other`s tariffs. For example, if the United States imports bananas from South America, they can apply a number of tariffs. A Free Trade Area (FTA) refers to a region in which a group of countries in that region signs an agreement that seals economic cooperation between them. EsTV`s main objectives are to remove trade barriers, including tariffs and import quotas from import quotas, state restrictions on the quantity of a given good that can be imported into a country.

In general, these quotas are put in place to protect domestic industry and vulnerable producers and to promote free trade in goods and services between their Member States. Customs Union Customs UnionA customs union is an agreement between two or more neighbouring countries to reduce trade barriers, reduce or abolish tariffs and remove quotas. These unions have been defined in the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and are the third stage of economic integration.