commercial treaty


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commercial treaty UK US noun [C] LAW, COMMERCE
a formal agreement between two or more countries stating the conditions under which they will do business with one another: »

E-visas allow nationals of countries having commercial treaties with the US entry into the US to engage in trade.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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