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Trade liberalisation is the process by which countries agree to lower import tariffs on goods and services and perhaps abandon non-tariff barriers such as import quotas. Trade liberalisation since the end of the Second World War has led to a reduction in both tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade around the globe and resulted in a substantial increase in the volume of trade. This has been a key feature of globalisation.