All these agreements together still do not add up to free trade in its laissez-faire form. Amerie special interest groups have successfully imposed trade restrictions on hundreds of imports, including steel, sugar, cars, milk, tuna, beef and denim. This helps increase U.S. exports to the rest of the world, where 95% of our potential customers live. The increase in U.S. exports leads to an increase in corporate revenue, which boosts our economy and contributes to the 38 million U.S. jobs that currently depend on trade. Since WTO members are required to submit their free trade agreements to the Secretariat, this database is based on the most official source of information on free trade agreements (in the WTO language known as regional trade agreements). The database allows users to obtain information on trade agreements that have been notified to the WTO by country or by theme (goods, services or goods and services). This database provides users with an up-to-date list of all agreements in force, but those that have not been notified to the WTO may be lacking.
Reports, tables and graphs containing statistics on these agreements and, in particular, the analysis of preferential tariffs are presented.  Below is the status of free trade agreements between Australia and other countries. If you decide where you can export your goods or services, think about whether or not to free trade agreement. With a free trade agreement, you can expect fewer barriers, reduced tariffs (if any), and more generous trade quotas (if any).