Trade Agreements

The United States has free trade agreements with 20 countries. These include 12 bilateral agreements and 2 multilateral agreements (NAFTA and CAFTA-DR). These agreements create opportunities to increase U.S. agricultural sales internationally, stripping away barriers to trade, eliminating tariffs, opening markets and promoting investment and economic growth.

Trade Agreements and U.S. Agriculture (USDA Office of the Chief Economist)

  • Australia Trade Agreement
  • Bahrain Trade Agreement
  • Chile Trade Agreement
  • Colombia Trade Agreement
  • Israel Trade Agreement
  • Jordan Trade Agreement
  • Korea Trade Agreement
  • Morocco Trade Agreement
  • Oman Trade Agreement
  • Panama Trade Agreement
  • Peru Trade Agreement
  • Singapore Trade Agreement
  • Data & Analysis

    May 17, 2018
    Stacked column chart illustrating the growth of U.S. agricultural exports to FTA partners verses a decrease in exports to non-FTA partners.
    May 16, 2018
    Line graph showing the growth of U.S. agricultural exports and imports in the context of international free trade agreements.
    May 4, 2018
    Column chart comparing the change in value of U.S. agricultural exports before and after key trade agreements.
    April 13, 2018
    The value of Panama’s food processing ingredients market is valued at $110 million annually with U.S. products holding 60 percent of the market share.