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FTTFlush the Toilet
FTTFree to Talk
FTTFirst-Tier Tribunal (UK taxes)
FTTFree Trade Treaty
FTTFinancial Transactions Tax (various locations)
FTTFull Talk Time (telecommunications)
FTTFaerie Tale Theatre (TV)
FTTFailure To Thrive
FTTFree to Try
FTTFedora Technical Team
FTTFloating Point Trap Type
FTTFédération Tunisienne de Tennis (French: Tunisian Tennis Federation; Tunisia)
FTTFitness to Teach (various organizations)
FTTFauteuil Tout Terrain (French: All Terrain Wheelchair)
FTTFair Trade Towns
FTTFizika Tverdogo Tela (Russian: Solid State Physics; journal)
FTTFood and Textile Technology (course; various locations)
FTTFacilité Temporaire de Trésorerie (French: Easy Temporary Cash)
FTTFédération Tahitienne de Tennis (French: Tahitian Federation of Tennis; Tahiti)
FTTFree Territory of Trieste (European state)
FTTForeign Travel Tax (India)
FTTFast Track Technologies
FTTFailure to Train
FTTFirst Time Through
FTTFull-Time Temporary
FTTFischer-Tropsch Type (catalytic process)
FTTFire This Time (Canadian newspaper)
FTTField Tactical Trainer
FTTForward Travel Time (US Air Force)
FTTFlorida Turbine Technologies, Inc. (Jupiter, FL)
FTTFever Therapy Tehnician (US Navy)
FTTFrance Transfert Technologies (France)
FTTFriday the Thirteenth (movie)
FTTForum Toulouse Technologies (French: Toulouse Technologies Forum; Toulouse, France)
FTTField Training Team
FTTFox Tales Times (fetish website)
FTTField Test Telescope (DELTA)
FTTFile Transfer Time
FTTFactory Trained Technician
FTTFunctional Threat Test
FTTFuel Temperature Test
FTTFahrenheit Total Temperature (steam ejector/condenser design)
FTTFinite-Termination Theorem
FTTFrank's Toothache Tincture
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association agreement and progress in joining the free trade treaty with the European Union.
President Martinelli said that with the signing of Free Trade Treaty with the US, more companies are interested in investing in Panama and Manzanillo International Terminal (MIT) is one of them.
Meanwhile, a free trade treaty has been signed between the UAE and Norway to be ratified later this year, expected to further boost bilateral trade.
When India first started negotiating the free trade treaty six years ago, the global economic scenario was significantly different.
29 conference in Miami, said Cuba "has such good soil and it represents a challenge of such magnitude that, with the end of the embargo, the agricultural market impact on the continent would be larger that of the Free Trade Treaty. But the truth is that we don't see big trends toward its development in terms of regulation."
When the USA's National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO)--which includes knitwear manufacturers--last October sent Obama a questionnaire on the textile industry, he pledged he would preserve the yarn-forward rule, which means that only yarn and fabric from an area covered by a free trade treaty, qualifies for duty free benefits.
"A free trade treaty is a tool, not an end in itself," Arias stressed, emphasizing his words with a pointed finger, "and that's how we explained it to Costa Ricans.
A few weeks later Clinton's top campaign strategist had to resign after it was revealed he was lobbying for the Colombian government to get a new bilateral free trade treaty through the U.S.
The third Latin American regional grouping, the Andean Community, which is just as divided, has agreed to launch a process in 2006 which should eventually result in a free trade treaty.
Uruguay's government has expressed an interest in negotiating a free trade treaty (FTA) with the US government.
The author notes that, initially, the bourgeoisie supported the Empire, at least until the Free Trade Treaty with Great Britain (the Cobden-Chevalier Treaty), which was signed in January 1860.