Frictionless trade

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Strictly, frictionless trade is the theoretically complete absence of all costs, delay or restrictions on market activity.


2. International trade - European Union - Brexit.

More loosely, frictionless international trade is generally understood to mean the absence of border checks.

The degree of friction can be roughly measured by the length of time it takes consignments of physical goods to cross the border.


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