Common commercial policy

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A common commercial policy is several states co-ordinateing some or all aspects of their trade policy.

It is sometimes agreed by treaty within a customs union. In the case of the European Union, a form of the EU's common commercial policy has been in place since 1957.[1]

A common commercial policy is also an aim of Mercosur.[citation needed]

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