Free trade agreement

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Hassan II Mohammedia University English Department
Faculty of Humanities-Ben Msik Semester: 6
Casablanca Group: 2

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A Monograph Submitted in partial Fulfilment of The Requirement of Moroccan Bachelor Degree in English Language.

Prepared by:Supervised by:
MALKI HIND Professor KHALID
LAHLOU

Academic Year: 2006/2007

Dedication

To the most precious man all over of the world. The source oflove, self-denial, tenderness and spiritual and physical support. My dear husband Mohamed.

When there is a will, there is a way.
When there is no will, there are excuses.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Over the five months that this paper was in the making, I was fortunate to have the support of people too numerous to give them their fullest due credit. But here is a partial attempt.
Althoughdoing a monograph is somehow a lonely process, you need many people to collaborate with, whose skills allow the project to mature. To my colleagues, I owe a huge debt of gratitude. Regragui Ayoub must be singled out for introducing me to trade theory. Saki Oussama gave me some helpful documents which helped me understand the FTA more deeply. Dear Ibtissam, Thank you for the good time and nicecompany.
To my dear friends, Abderrahim , Akif, Othmane, and Omar I want to say that it was a real pleasure to work with them. Exchanging tips, chatting in corridors, eating in the cafeteria and having nice time. Dear Aicha, I really have to thank you because this monograph would not have been possible without your input. You are the proof that kindness and determination can be united in one person.I am so grateful for my supervisor Professor KHALID LAHLOU for his encouragements, guidance and patience without which this work would not have seen light.
My lovely and dearest family Mum and Dad .I love you all so much.
Thank you for always being there for me, to always support me for all my choices and steps I made. To always provide me with advice and input, for my academic and personallife. I can’t thank you enough for everything. I am so lucky to have you as my family. To my dear sister in law Hind, thanks for your love and care.
The last but not least, for my dearest husband Mohammed. Thank you for all your timeless support and love for me. Thank you for your patience to always listen to all my stories, complaints, and hopes. Thank you for always being there for me; for notbeing tired and always supportive for all my choices; for your wonderful advice .For everything. I could not have done it without you.
Besides all the people I have mentioned above, there are others who have helped me in any way. I can’t mention all of you, but in my heart, I thank you all, because this monograph and achievement is reached not only through my own effort but also with yoursupports.

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Table of contents :

Page:
Introduction…………………………………………………………8

PART ONE
I-Free trade………………………………………………………..10
1-what is free trade? ...................................................................11
2-The history of free trade……………………………………..123-Why nations trade………………………................................14
II-The United States of America………………………………….19
Key facts about the United States of America …………………...20
1-key political characteristics………………………………….20
2-Key economic characteristics………………………………..21
III- Morocco………………………………………………………22
Key facts about Morocco………………………………………....23
1-Key...
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