Finally, it was argued that by creating a bloc, third countries could respond by trying to join them instead of choosing to create their own blocs. Several authors have pointed out that membership in a given free trade area is one of the others in the Member States. The incentive to join us lies essentially in the fact that the bloc converts the terms of the exchange in favour of members while discriminating 20/10. As membership of a bloc increases, companies in the Member States become less competitive and thus push their representatives to join the bloc. In return, each member increases the incentive for other non-member states to join the trading bloc. With the expansion of the bloc, its members gradually gained, as the terms of trade moved more and more in their favour. Even then, the benefits of block enlargement are not necessarily felt by all Member States. According to Deardorff and Stern, new members are causing changes in prices for the interior of the block, which has benefits for some members, while others are damaged.  On May 22, 2018, the Commission adopted conclusions on how trade agreements are negotiated and concluded. A `common market` (or internal market) is the first important step towards full economic integration and occurs when Member States act freely with all economic resources, not just material goods. This means that all barriers to trade in goods, services, capital and labour will be removed.
In addition, non-tariff barriers are reduced and eliminated. For a common market to be successful, it also requires a considerable degree of harmonization of microeconomic policies and common rules for monopoly power and other anti-competitive practices. There may also be common policies for key industries such as the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the European Internal Market (COMMON Fisheries Policy) (COMMON Fisheries Policy( ECF). Dr.-CAFTA is probably the most important for the creation of new highways that will cross the Panama site in Mexico and even Texas. In order for these roads to become a reality between these different nations, a trade agreement such as DR-CAFTA must reduce tariffs or abolish them completely in order to bring materials and work in and out of construction zones. Opponents of DR-CAFTA argue that this trade agreement, like NAFTA, is just another way to globalize and monetize the interests of massive groups, not the interests of small businesses or citizens of a given nation. Supporters of DR-CAFTA see it as a natural evolution for the territory and a thoughtful way to compete with mass global producers such as China. DR.-CAFTA.
Dr.-CAFTA, formerly known as CAFTA, is the free trade agreement between Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, the United States and, more recently, the Dominican Republic, which implemented the agreement in March 2007. Dr. CAFTA, which is very similar in its common NAFTA objectives, is seen by many as an additional step in the development of a fully globalized free trade agreement. Dr.-CAFTA represents the future of free trade and the development of smaller free trade zones to larger areas, with the ultimate goal of involving almost every nation. Nevertheless, in Schott`s words, there is no direct answer to the question of whether regional trading blocs promote trade liberalization and strengthen multilateralism, or whether they depart from WTO initiatives and hinder them and embody an alternative to the WTO system.  It is possible to try to answer these questions by assessing how free trade agreements, the volume of trade covered, participation in trade and whether substantial progress is being made in multilateral reforms within the WTO.  Facilitating access to each other`s markets, which means that trade between members is likely to increase.