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My teacher has given me a worksheet on economic integration, and I'm not sure which of these are different types. I'll include my guesses and what I've put. Any help would be appreciated.

Eurozone: economic union
European Union: economic union
EU Customs Union: customs union
Schengen Area: common market
European Free Trade Association: free trade area
Monetary Agreement with EU: customs union
Council of Europe: political union
GUAM: free trade area
Central European Free Trade Agreement: Free Trade area
Customs union of Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia: customs union
ECCAS: economic union
ECOWAS: economic union
CEMAC: economic union
WAEMU: economic union
SADC: Free Trade area
SACU: customs union
Nile Basin Initiative: ??
Inter-Government Authority: ?
Indian Ocean Commission: ??
COMESA: common market
East African Community: ???

Any help? Which are correct and incorrect??
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Schengen refers to freedom of movement, not a free trade area.
For example, The UK is part of the common market, but isn't in the Schengen Zone.

Not sure on the others, they look good though!
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