fair trade laws


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fair trade laws

n. state laws which permit manufacturers or producers to set minimum rates for resale of the product. They have been repealed or found violative of state constitutions in many states.

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Questions come from the NCAC and DTI about ASEAN economic integration and DTI Fair Trade Laws.
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Failure to comply with the order would be a violation of Taiwan's fair trade laws.
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violation of public privacy, violation of federal Fair Trade laws, and the simplest one, "it would be a very stupid person to try and launder money by buying a dwelling fire or homeowners insurance policy.
While you're there, please sign the Live 8 List on the global petition website to urge G8 leaders to increase aid to poor African countries, cancel debt and establish fair trade laws.
Mr Clinton said fair trade laws and ending poverty were achievable.
Their next step is to see whether there are grounds for legal action under European fair trade laws.
State and local governments, strong supporters of free trade agreements, argued in a letter to the Senate that free trade must be "balanced by our commitment to fair trade laws that respect the authority of states and municipalities to regulate land-use, health, safety, welfare and environment measures.