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The current draft agreement now secures equal national treatment as well as most-favoured nation treatment.
We have had a number of rounds of negotiations towards a trade and cooperation agreement – a fairly basic most-favoured nation agreement.
Economic links between the two states steadily increased and, in 1991, they exchanged trade missions and conferred "most-favoured nation" trade status upon each other.
The Posting of Workers Directive also contains a most-favoured nation clause for employees and this was not taken into account in the court judgments.
In those cases where preferences have been eroded by lowering the rates for most-favoured nations, we would therefore ask the Commission to consider what else could be done.
Hong Kong soared by 3.1% on the week to an all-time high, on growing hopes that America will renew China's most-favoured nation status.
As regards the preferential tariff for ACP bananas, this may well breach the basic principle of most-favoured nation status.
The first is the trade in goods, based on most-favoured nation treatment as far as customs formalities are concerned, textile products being the subject of a separate agreement.
Gilani backed the Chinese economic reform and defended a new transit trade agreement with Afghanistan and declaration of most-favoured nation status for India.
On Nov. 7 it was announced that Lithuania and Bulgaria had signed a trade and most-favoured nation treaty in Sofia.
The treaty of trade of 1862 with Prussia was not renewed but France granted Germany, for trade and navigation, a most-favoured nation clause.
Yet another omission from the Vienna Convention is the most-favoured nation clause, a clause long accepted as effective to provide benefits for third parties to treaties concluded subsequent to the treaty containing the clause.
At the British Empire Economic Conference at Ottawa of July-August 1932 the United Kingdom opposed the Dutch-Belgian interpretation of the most-favoured nation clause of the Ouchy convention.
The various existing bilateral agreements on investments were to be replaced by a multilateral agreement based on the principles of most-favoured nation treatment and national treatment, which would significantly liberalize investment and provide broadly-based protection for it.
The refusal of the United Kingdom to waive its rights as most-favoured nation and the fact that the United States made no reply to the request for a waiver, made the convention fail without ever coming into operation.
The International Law Commission emphasised that the operation of most-favoured nation clauses is not prejudiced by the Vienna Convention, an acknowledgment that the Convention is not comprehensive in its coverage of treaties and third parties.
Most-favoured nation principle (MFN): expresses that any advantage to a product originating or destined for another country shall be treated in accordance with a like product originating in or destined for the contracting country .
The WTO's statutes should be amended to make the implementation of social and environmental clauses a prerequisite for the granting of most-favoured nation status, while their infringement should constitute legal justification for exclusion from the rules of the organization.
Ultimately it was an American congressman who wrote back to me after two years and said 'We are at the point of giving Romania the clause of the most-favoured nation and as part of it I am going to ask the Romania government let your fiancé go'.
The EU's banana import regime allowed 775,000 tonnes of the fruit from ACP countries to enter the EU duty-free each year, with a EUR 176/t tariff on bananas from all other exporters (most-favoured nation (MFN) suppliers).
On the most-favoured nation risks mentioned by several of you, I can state that the Commission's aim in these negotiations and those with other new wine-producing countries, is to improve the dialogue between us and our negotiating partners and avoid the trade conflicts and WTO panels that would be extremely costly for European producers.
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