Which Countries Are Involved in Fair Trade?


There are different countries that are involved in fair trade, some of these countries include; Brazil, India, China and Mexico. The Fair-trade Foundation was recognised in 1992 by a number of British charities and is a registered charity itself; with some paid and some volunteering.
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The concept of fair trade was originally developed by non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Countries that are involved in the European Fair Trade include; UK, France, Africa, Spain, Asia, Germany, Latin America, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands among others.
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