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trade agreement

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a commercial treaty between two or more nations
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trade agreement

naccordo commerciale
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20) he strongly recommends that Taiwan and India consider a bilateral free trade pact based on their shared values.
Kenya's manufacturing sector is betting big on the proposed Africa-wide trade pact that will provide access to what has been described as the biggest market in the world.Nigeria became the latest member to sign the landmark agreement, which aims to increase trade among African countries.
The EU becomes the first major partner with which Mercosur has struck a trade pact, offering EU firms a potential head start.
Trump said on Wednesday he was in no rush to complete a trade pact with China, the world's biggest metals consumer, and insisted that any deal include protection for intellectual property.
trade pact will be reached before another round of tariffs on China's imports to the U.S.
If the negotiations are successful, RCEP will be the largest multilateral trade pact in history - encompassing China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand and the 10 Asean nations.
Nowhere is this truer than with his January 2017 memorandum pulling the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a long-negotiated 12-nation trade pact that would have comprised some 40 percent of global GDP and was largely designed to counter China's growing economic strength and disregard for the rules of international trade.
President Trump would be willing to sign a trade pact with you...
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said Malaysia is still looking at the pros and cons of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and has yet to make any final decision on the trade pact.
It notably excludes the United States, which had been leading another regional trade pact - the Trans-Pacific Partnership - until US President Donald Trump abruptly abandoned it last year.
On Wednesday more than 40 African countries came together in Kigali to sign a free trade pact.
The trade pact can provide the country a new opportunity to ride out the wave of U.S.