commercial treaty

commercial treaty
noun
a treaty governing commerce between two or more nations
Hypernyms: ↑treaty, ↑pact, ↑accord

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noun
: a treaty that defines the conditions under which citizens of one country may do business in another and covers such matters as the right to hold property, mode of enforcing claims, and tariff privileges

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