Common market

A common market or a trading bloc is a group of several countries that agreed to strengthen trading ties among themselves. This creates a much more efficient flow of goods and a more efficient pricing system. Countries within the bloc may elect to increase tariffs of goods coming in from a non member country to promote local good within their economic zone.

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