Definition of free trade in English:

free trade

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noun

[mass noun]
International trade left to its natural course without tariffs, quotas, or other restrictions: an agreement intended to introduce free trade in marine products [as modifier]: a free trade zone
More example sentences
  • Anger in Europe over this latest trade dispute has raised fears that ongoing free-trade negotiations could be derailed.
  • If finalised, the accord will represent the first free-trade pact made by Japan.
  • So far, Australia has inked free-trade pacts with New Zealand and Singapore.

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