Free Trade Pros And Cons

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One of the sole purposes of the EU is to create harmony amongst other nations in the European union whether it be social, political, economic bond.
Before we get into the body of the topic I will list some of the pros and cons of EU having the free trade agreements, I will mainly focus/shed light on their agreements with third world countries and how that could make or eventually break the EU.
To start off with the pros, obviously it goes without saying that the free trade offers citizen of the EU a large or rather wide variety of goods from third world countries, economically speaking this opens so many doors for entrepreneurs the import and export business is enormous and common in the EU and a lot of businesses/companies that are involved
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With some exclusions, FTAs went through intense changes since newer generations were getting wider, deeper and more global covergae than the previously accomplished agreements.
First, areas controlled in previous stages of development are also present in the FTA from the new generations, but they are generally sold more widely and with the higher reaching influence. A great example of this are supplies on services, which were not even a part of the FTAs at the very start, but later became a common component and later became more and more detailed as they went through the different stages of the evolution, at the end liberalizing services in more than 100 sectors along with the more detailed supplies, new peers of FTA include more effective means of administration and
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The EU customizes and offers different FTAs to different countries depending on their development level and EU’s economic and political goals. After the research and the legal and political analysis of EU’s FTAs, this essay comes to the conclusion that trade agreements are now much more than just economics of import and export; they have became a major political weapon with great social, environmental and cultural significances and or
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