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an agreement between a manufacturer and a retailer that a trademarked product will not be sold below a specified price: illegal after 1975.
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|Noun||1.||fair-trade agreement - an agreement (illegal in the United States) between the manufacturer of a trademarked item of merchandise and its retail distributors to sell the item at a price at or above the price set by the manufacturer|
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