commercial treaty

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Noun1.commercial treaty - a treaty governing commerce between two or more nations
pact, treaty, accord - a written agreement between two states or sovereigns
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Turning to commercial treaty renewals, gains continued overall for all lines of business with only slight deviation for a few markets, including a slight pull-back on commercial property.
In 1994, Mexico and Costa Rica closed the negotiating process for the commercial treaty, which came into force Jan.
He proposed a wide-ranging commercial treaty with France, had audiences with Napoleon, and threatened to reopen commerce with Britain if France rejected his treaty offer.
34) It could make no commercial treaty that sought to restrain state legislatures from imposing nondiscriminatory duties and imposts on foreigners.
This became especially apparent when Germany suggested a new commercial treaty (52) including the most favoured nation principle in May 1920.
The discussions touched on prospected investments for Kuwaiti businessmen in Mauritania, the minister added, noting that he asked the Mauritanian side to activate the commercial treaty, signed in the African nation in 2010, to pave way for increasing volume of commercial and investment cooperation between the two countries.
However, by the 27th of April, 1734, Lord Forbes informed London through his regular weekly dispatch that he no longer anticipated concluding the commercial treaty before his departure from St, Petersburg.
There were expectations that a comprehensive commercial treaty with the United States would be sufficiently attractive to entice Mexico to relax its harsh restrictions on private investment in energy markets.
WILSON, supra note 64, at 23 ("Prior to World War II, there had been suggestion of inserting in a commercial treaty a clause binding the parties to adjudicate disputes concerning interpretation or application, but the United States did not agree with the suggestion.
Waldron, who died of cholera in Macau in 1844; and Edmund Roberts, who died of dysentery in Macau in 1836 while in transit to negotiate a commercial treaty with Japan.
Chapter three explores foreign policy's relation to industrial policy, centering on the Anglo-French Commercial Treaty of 1786.

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