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Jordan Free Trade Agreement
 The Jordan Free Trade Agreement (FTA) was signed on October 24, 2000. It was America's third free trade agreement, and the first ever with an Arab state. The Jordan FTA achieves significant and extensive liberalization across a wide spectrum of trade issues.  It will eliminate all tariff and non-tariff barriers to bilateral trade in virtually all industrial goods and agricultural products within ten years.
December 7, 2001 Presidential Proclamation Implementing Agreement
Jordan FTA Text of Agreement
Jordan FTA Annexes
Final Jordan FTA Environmental Review

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