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Trade Agreements with the EU, 1973-2018

Source: European Commission,


Over the course of the last 45 years, the European Union has signed trade agreements with many states and regional networks, with the exception of a few states (the United States, Byelorussia, Australia, etc.). Countries in Central Africa and Asia are also exceptions, but future partnerships with them are due to come into force. Historically and geographically, these partnerships were first formed with neighbors to the east then to the south of the Mediterranean, before spreading to other continents.


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