1 edition of Most-favored-nation status for the Peoples Republic of China found in the catalog.
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More precisely, it denotes the extension by a country of any concessions, privileges, or immunities granted — or yet to be granted — in a trade agreement to one country that is, or would be, the "most favored" in this respect, to all countries to which it accords MFN treatment. MFN status of Bulgaria and the Russian Federation, restored earlier under the waiver provision, was continued in force by presidential determinations of full compliance with the freedom-of-emigration requirements made, respectively, in June 1993 and September 1994.
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Most Favoured Nation status is given to an international trade partner to ensure non-discriminatory trade between all partner countries of the WTO.
MFN allows smaller countries, in particular, to participate in the advantages that larger countries often grant to each other, whereas on their own, smaller countries would often not be powerful enough to negotiate such advantages by themselves.
Although legislation has been enacted to replace the term "most-favored-nation" treatment in existing and future legislation with the term "normal trade relations" or another appropriate expression, the former term is still used in this issue brief for reasons of historical continuity and because of its continued universal use in international trade relations as well as in several U.
Motion to discharge rejected 5 - 94 July 20, 1999. In international trade, the expression "most-favored-nation" — usually abbreviated "MFN" — status or treatment has a specific meaning quite at variance with what it appears to mean.
A country which provides MFN status to another country has to provide concessions, privileges, and immunity in trade agreements.