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Regional Trade Agreements

Regional trade initiatives are a key part of U.S. trade strategy. They include the Free Trade Area of the Americas, aimed at uniting the Western Hemisphere in a free trade zone; the Enterprise for ASEAN Initiative, designed to promote trade in Asian countries; the Middle East Free Trade Initiative; and the North American Free Trade Agreement, which links the United States, Mexico and Canada in a free trade area of 427 million people.

Free Trade Area of the Americas
North American Free Trade Agreement
Middle East Free Trade Area Initiative
Enterprise for ASEAN Initiative
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
Dominican Republic-Central America-United States Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR)

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item: UAE FTA
item: Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs)
item: Trade and Investment Framework Agreements (TIFAs)
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