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Free Trade Agreements

The North American FTA (NAFTA) is the most significant U.S. FTA. Click below for links to hyperlinked versions of:

See also the text of the U.S.-Israel FTA, which entered into effect in 1985.

In addition to those agreements, the following links lead to the pages on the USTR website for each of the other FTAs that the United States has negotiated. Those pages offer PDF versions of the agreements and associated documents. The dates in parentheses indicate the year that an agreement was approved by Congress.

Jordan (2001)

Central America-Dominican Republic (2005)

Chile (2003)

Oman (2006)

Singapore (2003)

Peru (2007)

Australia (2004)

Korea (2011)

Morocco (2004)

Colombia (2011; implementation pending)

Panama (approved in 2011; implementation pending)

Trade Agreements of the United States

This page offers links to the principal bilateral trade agreements of the United States. For the multilateral trade agreements to which the United States is a party see WTO Agreements and Instruments. See also the pages linking to the Trade Laws of the United States and Other Treaties and International Agreements.

For the complete list of all treaties in effect to which the United States is a party see the annual Treaties in Force published by the State Department.

For the actual texts of the agreements see the State Department's Treaties and Other International Acts Series (TIAS).

For historical research into the development of U.S. trade policy and related issues in foreign economic policy see the State Department's historical documents in the Foreign Relations of the United States series. Among the collections in this series that are available on-line in PDF format are the following:

 

:: Historical Treaties :: Bilateral Investment Treaties :: Charters of International Organizations

The following are among the more significant trade agreements from the past, either for their intrinsic importance or as examplars of the agreements in their respective periods:

The links below are to the bilateral investment treaties of the United States as posted st the Trade Compliance Center of the Department of Commerce.

Albania

Jordan

Argentina

Kazakhstan

Armenia

Kyrgyzstan

Azerbaijan

Latvia

Bahrain

Lithuania

Bangladesh

Moldova

Bolivia

Mongolia

Bulgaria

Morocco

Cameroon

Mozambique

Congo, Dem. Rep.

Panama

Congo, Rep. of

Poland

Croatia

Romania

Czech Rep.

Senegal

Ecuador

Slovakia

Egypt

Sri Lanka

Estonia

Trinidad & T.

Georgia

Tunisia

Grenada

Turkey

Honduras

Ukraine

Jamaica

Uruguay


The following are charters or constitutions of international organizations to which the United States is a party:

 

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