FTAA

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FTAAFree Trade Area of the Americas
FTAAFree Trade Agreement of the Americas
FTAAFinancial and Technical Assistance Agreement (Philippines)
FTAAFlorida Turkish American Association
FTAAFood Technology Association of Australia
FTAAFuture Trends in Animal Agriculture
FTAAFederated Tanners Association of Australia
FTAAFixed Threshold Adaptation Algorithm
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The United States faces several challenges as co-chair of the final phase of Free Trade Area of the Americas negotiations.
Evan McElravy's account of the demonstrations against this spring's Free Trade Area of the Americas meeting in Quebec (see "Enemies of Trade," page 36) concludes that it is up to those of us who believe that "true free trade will bring great benefits to us all" to make the positive case for globalization.
To compete with these two blocs, Washington will have to negotiate a Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), effectively extending the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) all the way to Chile.
The Bush administration's first priority in the trade arena is to secure approval of the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), which would establish the world's largest free trade zone.
And there are other arrangements too, including the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), which would create a supernational government of the Americas--including every country in North and South America except Cuba.
Too much emphasis has been made on the "winners and losers" at the Americas Summit, giving far too much credit to the opponents of the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA), instead of recognizing the tremendous achievement of the 29 nations that reaffirmed their commitment to a hemisphere-wide trading bloc.
Congress see that the Central American Free Trade Agreement and the Free Trade Area of the Americas would do the very same things to our country?
Finally, the Leaders reaffirmed that we will complete the Free Trade Area of the Americas on schedule, by January 2005.
Bush is pushing hard to establish a Free Trade Area of the Americas.
The competition is heating up between Miami and Panama to be chosen as the headquarters for a future Free Trade Area of the Americas.
as well as critical regional pacts like the Free Trade Area of the Americas," said Donohue.