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Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) stems from a 1994 initiation to "unite the economies of the Western Hemisphere into a single free trade arrangement." The three main components of this agreement include the trade ministers from countries in the Western Hemisphere, twelve distinct working groups (such as market access, smaller economies, and competition policy), and the Vice Ministers of Trade of the Western Hemisphere. This Website follows the progress of the FTAA over the past seven years including reports and activities of all the working groups, information on business negotiation efforts, and a publication database of official documents. The Website is available in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese.
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