fair trade agreement

fair trade agreement

noun trade agreement on set prices, trade alliance on set prices, trade binding promise on set prices, trade commitment on set price, trade compact on set prices, trade concordat on set prices, trade deal on set prices, trade obligation on set prices, trade pact on set prices, trade pledge on set prices, trade underrtanding on set prices
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(TAP)- A fair trade agreement was inked by the Organic Farming Development Grouping in Blidet, southern Kebili, and a French private company, President of the grouping Nouri Ben Othman told TAP.
Other areas of concern to German investors in Taiwan include bureaucracy and administrative hurdles, participation in public tenders, the lack of a fair trade agreement, and the absence of investment protection agreements, he said, citing the poll.
90% of the British people rightly understand that the "deal" included a free and fair trade agreement with the EU.
'I am opposed to the trade pact because it was not a fair kind of fair trade agreement as it gave companies the power to sue governments for loss of future profits, and things like that.
"We have not had a fair trade agreement here, in the GCC.
"Our objective is to promote a modern and fair trade agreement, not only free trade agreement." Gabriel praised the Liberal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for implementing changes to the agreement that have made it more palatable for Germany and the EU, although both Gabriel and Freeland went to great lengths to underline that they are not "renegotiating" the agreement but are merely "clarifying" some contentious issues.
Mr Katainen, who is former prime minister of Finland, said: "I believe we need a single market in Europe and a fair trade agreement within Europe and other parts of the world - because the same logic is there.
He said the fair trade agreement with India cannot go ahead unless and until they have proper dialogue on human right issues.
While the authors do not attempt to define fairness in trade, they make it clear that a fair trade agreement would not only assure that less-developed countries are not made worse off, but would also assure that a larger share of the benefits would accrue to less-developed countries.
Yes, I am totally against the so called "Fair trade agreement." We'll get a chance to see how bad the attitude and loyalty gets at Delphi as well as at GM when you start insulting a worker by taking money away.
According to Peyser, who signed a Fair Trade agreement in 2000, "While Fair Trade Certified coffees represent only a small portion of overall coffee sales here in the U.S., I believe that Fair Trade is one of the many excellent solutions that will allow producers to deal with the current coffee crisis."
Paul VI repeatedly condemned "unbridled liberal capitalism." Long before the debates over the North American Fair Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Paul warned of the consequences of "entirely free trade," declaring that advances in knowledge and culture should spring from economic growth.