Bilateral Treaty

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Bilateral Treaty

A treaty between two parties. The parties are usually two countries, but one or both may be a supranational organization like the European Union.
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Hungarian bilateral treaties have stabilized the situation more in Romania than Slovakia because, unrelated to its treaty, Slovakia has been moving in autocratic directions.
More recently, several Central American countries have entered into bilateral treaties with the United States to promote cooperation in retrieving artifacts and monitoring the black market, but officials Wednesday said successes have been few.
Bilateral treaties play a critical role in bringing certainty to the global marketplace and safeguarding multinational businesses from the threat of double taxation.
Schofield urged that achievement of "open skies" through elimination of restrictive air service bilateral treaties between nations be set as the ultimate objective, but he cautioned that it can only come gradually.
The IRS is expected to go after international airlines in other countries as it seeks to implement arcane discriminatory regulations that go against bilateral treaties and other conventions in place for many years, AITAL said.
Taking the economic cooperation between Ghana and Mauritius to a higher level and setting the pace for future bilateral treaties, a memorandum of understanding (MOU) has been inked between the Ghana Stock Exchange and the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.
She also highlighted the concept of haves and have-nots, bilateral treaties and conventions, US National Security Strategy 2010 as well as Kerry-Lugar bill and its complications for Pakistan.
The lawmaker said the four points included the issue of Lebanese missing or detained in Syria; border demarcation - especially regarding the Shebaa Farms area; the annulment of the Syrian Lebanese Higher Council, which the MP said was a violation of the Lebanese Constitution; and the many bilateral treaties between the two countries, which he said needed to be reconsidered, "especially those which were unfair to Lebanon.
The 13th volume contains selected multilateral conventions, regional agreements, and bilateral treaties affecting foreign direct investment.
Border officials believe this recent move may have been designed to put pressure on Bern to wrap up a series of stalled bilateral treaties with the European Union.
The US is hoping that its offer will end calls by the European Commission for member countries to revoke their bilateral treaties with the US and start again, reported Reuters.
Under bilateral treaties governing international aviation, an airline's rights to fly between two countries is tied to its identity and national ownership.
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