United States free-trade agreements

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The United States is party to many free-trade agreements (FTAs) worldwide.

Beginning with the Theodore Roosevelt administration, the United States became a major player in international trade, especially with its neighboring territories in the Caribbean and Latin America. Today, the United States has become a leader of the free trade movement, standing behind groups such as the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (later the World Trade Organization).[citation needed]

Past free trade agreements[edit]

Free trade agreements in force[edit]

Here is a list of free trade agreements of which the United States is part. In parentheses, the abbreviation, if applicable, membership if not stated before, and the date of coming into force are to be seen.

Proposed free trade agreements[edit]

The United States has started negotiating bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements with the following countries and blocs:

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