most-favoured-nation clause

Related to most-favoured-nation clause: MFN Tariff
Translations

most-favoured-nation clause

, (US) most-favored-nation clause
n (Pol) → Meistbegünstigungsklausel f
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In the 1870s the Earl of Granville, British Foreign Secretary remarked, in a letter to the British Minister in Washington, that "the most-favoured-nation clause has now become the most valuable part of our system of commercial treaties and exists between nearly all nations of the earth.
Davey, Non-Discrimination in the World Trade Organization: The Rules and Exceptions 68 (2012) ("The most-favoured-nation clause promotes the idea of sovereign equality"); see also Oswaldo de Rivero B.
The exporters expected to be under the protection of the most-favoured-nation clause, or, at the diplomatic level, their State was entitled to require equal treatment to the benefit of its traders.
First Report on the Most-Favoured-Nation Clause, [1969] 2 Y.
In structural terms, Universal will be prohibited from including most-favoured-nation clauses in new or renegotiated contracts with digital customers in the EEA.
The proposed concessions also provide for a ban on most-favoured-nation clauses for retail prices for a five-year period.