a commercial treaty between two or more nations
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How to use trade agreement in a sentence
The new guidelines do not impinge on the free-trade agreement or other agreements governing cultural and sports exchanges.Business Is Personal: Why the EU's New Guidelines Could Hurt Israel's Economy | Bernard Avishai | July 17, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
But the trade agreement can easily snowball for models who take on work solely for prestige.Many Models Get Paid in Clothes, Not Cash, but That Might Be Changing | Misty White Sidell | March 11, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
These products would not enjoy tariff-free entry into the EU under the Israeli-EU free trade agreement.
The President has not signed one new free trade agreement in the past four years.Full Transcript/Video of Mitt Romney’s Foreign Policy Speech at the VMI | Justin Green | October 8, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
In his foreign-policy speech today, Romney excoriated the president for failing to sign ‘one new free-trade agreement.’
It is true also that the iron and steel workers had worked under a national trade agreement since 1866.
The basic idea of the trade agreement is that of collective bargaining rather than arbitration.
This supported the idea of a national trade agreement between the two organizations.
The clarification of the conception of the trade agreement was perhaps the main achievement of the nineties.
The two-year Russian trade agreement with Argentina, signed in August 1953, was one of the most interesting of the year.East-West Trade Trends | Harold E. Stassen