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(2011) 111:188-90. doi: 10.1016/j.econlet.2011.02.010 The World Trade Organization (WTO) Regional Trade Agreement Information System  provides details on negotiated regional trade agreements. It contains information on all agreements that have been notified to the WTO or for which an announcement was made at an early stage between 1948 and today. When a trade agreement is negotiated between exactly two parties, it is called BTA. Otherwise, a trade agreement with more stakeholders is referred to as a multilateral trade agreement. We are also talking about a BTA when a party (or both parties) consists of a regional trading bloc itself. B, for example, when the European Union negotiates an agreement with Mexico. There are several types of trade agreements: in a customs union, the partners concerned agree to pursue only common trade policies with third countries that are not members of the Union. On the other hand, free trade agreements can allow any partner to follow their individual trading conditions with a third country. BTAs are often negotiated in the form of free trade agreements, as customs unions generally have more than two partners. The EU`s BDUs with Turkey and Andorra are the only exceptions to the latter among the BTA studied in this work. Bilateral agreements may take some time.
It took three years for the client cooperation agreement between the European Union and the European Union countries that adopted the euro as the national currency to form a geographical and economic region known as the euro area. The euro area is one of the largest economic regions in the world. Nineteen of the 28 European countries use the euro and New Zealand to become effective.