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Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act

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Dual WTO Notifications of RTAS with Non-Reciprocal Trade Liberalization

Cordell Hull, the Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act, and the WTO

Convention between Prussia and Saxony for the Reciprocal Protection of Trade Marks, signed 12 February 1841

Convention for the Reciprocal Protection of Trade Marks between Prussia and Reuss-Plauen, signed at Berlin, 5 October 1842

Convention between Belgium and Hanover for the Reciprocal Guarantee of Intellectual and Artistic Property and Trade Marks, signed at Hanover, 21 March 1866

Convention between Great Britain and Sardinia for the Reciprocal Opening of the Coasting Trade, signed at Turin, 9 August 1854

Convention between Great Britain and Tuscany for the Reciprocal Opening of the Coasting Trade, signed at Florence, 30 December 1854

Declaration between Belgium and Luxemburg respecting the Reciprocal Protection of Trade Marks, signed at Brussels, 25 September/Luxemburg, 26 September 1883

Declaration between Belgium and Germany for the Reciprocal Protection of Trade Marks, signed at Brussels, 10 September 1875

Convention between Belgium and the Netherlands for the Reciprocal Protection of Trade Marks, signed at The Hague, 22 October 1880

Declaration between Great Britain and Switzerland for the Reciprocal Protection of Trade Marks, signed at Berne, 6 November 1880

Convention for the Reciprocal Protection of Trade Marks between Belgium and Roumania, signed at Bucharest, 24 February (8 March) 1881

Declaration between the Netherlands and Russia respecting the Reciprocal Protection of Trade Marks, signed at St. Petersburg, 7 April 1881

 

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Commercial dealings between organizations for mutual benefit where each can be, at different times, both buyer and seller.

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