Geopolitcs of Economic Blocs
A trade bloc is a group of country agreeing on specific terms to stimulate international trading between countries that are part of the bloc.
We find that wikipedia does a pretty good job at defining, in simple terms, trade bloc and providing a good geographical representation of existing trade bloc and their boundaries.
It is very important to know and understand, for anyone wishing to do business internationally and create strategic alliances, the terms of the agreement impacting their trade effort.
We find the Wikipedia a good reference if you are looking for a starting point. Avoid bad surprises and contact TapionExIm’s expert to get advise on your trade endeavor. Better be safe than sorry!
The map above and additional information can be found at https://www.diploweb.com/Etats-Unis-Carte-des-accords-de.html
The map above and additional information can be found at https://www.diploweb.com/Integration-regionale-des.html
The map above and additional information can be found at https://www.diploweb.com/La-regionalisation-en-Asie-Une.html
USEFUL LINKS RELATED TO THE TRADE BLOC
UQAM-CÉIM Publications NAFTA/Dossier ALÉNA (les articles publiés sur le site web est bilingue française et anglaise)
Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)
Official website : https://rcepsec.org/
RECEP UNCTAD : A new centre of gravity: The regional comprehensive economic partnership and its trade effects https://unctad.org/webflyer/new-centre-gravity-regional-comprehensive-economic-partnership-and-its-trade-effects
Source : wikipedia Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)