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Free Trade Market: The fundamental lynchpin of economics is questioned by some, and highly desired by others

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HTF Market Intelligence released a new research report of 47 pages on title 'Global Free Trade: The fundamental lynchpin of economics is questioned by some, and highly desired by others’ with detailed analysis, forecast and strategies. The study covers key regions that includes North America, Europe or Asia and important players

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Summary
Global Free Trade: The fundamental lynchpin of economics is questioned by some, and highly desired by others

Summary

Free trade, as a method of economic development and as an ideal, is in a state of flux in 2017. The anti-globalization feeling among many was sufficient to allow one of the largest members of the European Union to leave. The USA has pulled out of a major free trade treaty and all but killed off another. Free trade deals are enormously complex mechanisms and have been blamed for animosity around the world; however, they can also be very useful methods of reducing trade barriers which previously hampered commerce. More could be done to make sure free trade deals are serve the interests of the people who are governed by them.

Key Highlights

- Following the departure of the United States from TPP negotiations, the way was left open for the Chinese inspired RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership) free trade deal. Few, if any, expect RCEP to decline as TPP did, but there are challenges ahead and the final shape of the agreement is by no means certain.
- The future of free trade in the European Union is under pressure. The United Kingdom is about to leave, several anti-EU parties have achieved substantial electoral success and there is discontent from some of the newest members. The EU must change to meet developing challenges.
- Statements from US President Trump that NAFTA is taking away US jobs are unfounded, yet there are legitimate concerns about how the trade treaty works for ordinary people amid accusations NAFTA only helps large companies.

Scope

- Examines how the US withdrawal from TPP has impacted negotiations regarding future trade treaties.
- Analyzes the challenges faced by the EU in the face of populism and the leaving of a major member.
- Looks at how trade talks in Asia will now progress without the influence of the US.
- Assesses the establishment of a new free-trade block in Africa and the likely impact on African economies it could have.
- Examines how a Chinese led free-trade deal will develop as negotiations continue to take place.

Reasons to buy

- How will the Trump version of trade impact NAFTA and the future of free trade in North America?
- Can the EU survive a major member leaving and the rise of anti-EU sentiment?
- What form will free trade take in Asia now the US has withdrawn from trade negotiations?
- Can a Chinese led free-trade deal achieve a genuine Asia wide deal?
- How will free-trade react to US retreat from TTIP and TPP?

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Table of Contents
Executive Summary
NAFTA: Trump wants rid of NAFTA, but NAFTA’s legacy is highly complex
European free trade under more pressure than ever
RCEP replaces the United States pivot to Asia, but China will not dominate
CFTA: The establishment of a mega-regional agreement that could help Africa
US withdrawal from TPP marks step backwards for free trade
Largest Free Trade deal in history flounders after political backlash
NAFTA: Trump wants rid of NAFTA, but NAFTA’s legacy is highly complex
Globalism is an unstoppable trend that is not NAFTA's doing
NAFTA has helped to enhance certain economic areas
Free trade agreements of this kind both give and take away
Mexico can encourage companies to move, but its own products suffer heavily
Auto manufacturers move to Mexico from all over the world not just the US
The Trumpian argument that NAFTA hurts the US is incorrect
Looking beyond GDP, NAFTA could be viewed as a failure
Whilst GDP and trade improves, worker wages have been entirely stagnant
Investor-State court cases cost regional governments million

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