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Most-Favoured-Nation (MFN) Treatment

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Part II Substantive Issues, Ch.10 Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment

Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment Agreement between Bulgaria and Roumania, 26 December 1905

Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment Convention between Bulgaria and Montenegro, signed at Cettinje, 9 May 1909

Protocol between Spain and Uruguay Granting Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment to the Consuls of either Country, signed at Montevideo, 25 June 1870

Declaration between Spain and Switzerland respecting Reciprocal Most-Favoured Nation Treatment, signed at Madrid, 27 August 1869

Protocol between France and Peru relative to the according to Consuls of Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment, signed at Lima, 7 December 1878

Convention between Germany and Madagascar for securing Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment to the Subjects of the Two Countries, signed at Berlin, 15 May 1883

Agreement between Italy and Peru for the Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment of Consuls, signed at Lima, 11 June 1907

Protocol between Norway and Turkey stipulating for Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment, signed at Constantinople, 13 June 1907

Declaration between Servia and Sweden for Commercial Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment, signed at Belgrade, 11 April 1907

Exchange of Notes between Bulgaria and the Netherlands relative to Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment, signed at Constantinople, 13 January 1906


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The situation in which a state promises, usually by treaty, to trade with a particular partner on the most favourable tariff terms available for like goods. There might, for example, be a policy in place of taxing the MFN nation's imports at a preferential rate.

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