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Agreements among a group of countries to extend special trading advantages, usually tariff rates that are lower than most-favored nation rates. The U.S.’s [[Caribbean Basin Initiative]] and the EU’s Lome Convention which provides preferential access for exports of former EU member countries’ colonies in Africa, the Pacific and the Caribbean are examples of preferential trade agreements.  
 
Agreements among a group of countries to extend special trading advantages, usually tariff rates that are lower than most-favored nation rates. The U.S.’s [[Caribbean Basin Initiative]] and the EU’s Lome Convention which provides preferential access for exports of former EU member countries’ colonies in Africa, the Pacific and the Caribbean are examples of preferential trade agreements.  
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Agreements among a group of countries to extend special trading advantages, usually tariff rates that are lower than most-favored nation rates. The U.S.’s Caribbean Basin Initiative and the EU’s Lome Convention which provides preferential access for exports of former EU member countries’ colonies in Africa, the Pacific and the Caribbean are examples of preferential trade agreements.

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