most-favored-nation clause

Definition of "most-favored-nation clause"
  1. A provision in a treaty that assures one country that it will receive the same treatment, benefits, or conditions as any other country receives, now or in the future, in specified issues
How to use "most-favored-nation clause" in a sentence
  1. The most-favored-nation clause in the treaty guarantees equal trade benefits among the parties involved.
  2. Under the terms of the most-favored-nation clause, all member countries will enjoy the same rights and privileges.
  3. The most-favored-nation clause ensures no discriminatory behavior by providing all countries with the same trading conditions.

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