Reciprocal terms

(Logic) those terms which have the same signification, and, consequently, are convertible, and may be used for each other.

See also: Reciprocal

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Space and capacity in the supply chain will be more valuable and this may mean businesses having to pay more, or requiring manufacturers and retailers to reintroduce contracts with longer terms and better reciprocal terms.
The company said under reciprocal terms of the agreement, Air New Zealand will become AAR's exclusive component repair provider for selected parts in the Asia-Pacific region and preferred supplier for selected parts worldwide.
Well US President Barack Obama made a deal in principle with China plus three countries in South America on carbon emissions, but demanded the monitoring of China but no reciprocal terms for all the gas guzzlers within the US.
The key to fast contract negotiations is structuring a win-win manufacturing agreement with reciprocal terms on major clauses.
Soviet suspicions, combined with the imprudent refusal of Anglo-French politicians to build a grand alliance on reciprocal terms, effectively destroyed the last chance to stop Hitler's expansionism.
and Japanese structures for technology and systems development, the unwillingness of the Japanese government and industry to cooperate on reciprocal terms, and U.S.