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16. Feinberg RE. The Political Economy of U.S. Free Trade Agreements. Econ of the world. (2003) 26:1019-40. doi: 10.1111/1467-9701.00561 Hufbauer finds that U.S. negotiators will be “full” when they renegotiate the terms of U.S. trade with Mexico and Canada. And while some predict that future bilateral agreements could be reached with Japan, and in particular Britain, “this will not happen in the near future,” he says. In both cases, the negotiation process would also face challenges. Hufbauer points out that in the case of Britain, “we won`t really know what we would get until they finish their exit from the EU. It`s at least two years [in the future] and it might take longer.

That`s a long way off in the Trump administration. As far as Japan is concerned, the problem is that [Prime Minister Shinzo] Abe is very cautious. As the real problem of the WTO negotiations under multilateral agreements shows, many developing countries are discriminated against and protective tariffs are absolutely necessary for their economic success. But liberalization is expected to reduce tariffs in the near future. Following the April 2006 negotiations, the Federal Government and the European Committee put forward a controversial proposal that developing countries reduce their tariffs more sharply than advanced nations, which would put them at a disadvantage. These nations need tariffs because they are an effective instrument for promoting industrial development (Frankfurter Rundschau, 2006) Do we analyse whether a bilateral or multilateral trade agreement would better serve us interests? Bilateral agreements can often trigger competing bilateral agreements between other countries. Thus, it took three years before the cooperation agreement with customers between the European UnionEurozone All the countries of the European Union that have adopted the euro as their national currency constitute a geographical and economic region known as the euro area. The euro area is one of the largest economic regions in the world. Nineteen of Europe`s twenty-eight countries are using the euro and New Zealand to become efficient….