Non-Negotiable


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Non-Negotiable

1. Referring to a price for an asset where the seller has no intention to change the price at the buyer's instigation. Generally, the larger a business, the more likely its prices are to be non-negotiable. For example, a street vendor may negotiate prices, while Wal-Mart will not.

2. Referring to a security or other asset that is difficult to sell or transfer. Describing an illiquid asset.
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Faced with a set of non-negotiable conditions, we have no alternative but to return to the picket lines to get the Government and employers to treat our claim seriously.
In discussing those and other differences, NATO officials acknowledged that they were making changes in what they had previously said was a non-negotiable agreement.
The federal government borrows current Social Security Trust Fund surpluses in exchange for ``special issue, non-negotiable bonds'' from the U.
4 billion Pasadena Blue Line will assure that high-paying union jobs with good benefits are a non-negotiable cost of operating a first-class bus system.
They were absolutely non-negotiable about the money.
The only non-negotiable requirement by the castle's current owner, the eastern German state of Saxony, is that the new owners must properly restore the property, consistent with its historical architecture.
Kaminski said travelers shouldn't consider these charges fixed and non-negotiable.
Wilson spokesman Sean Walsh added that ``this is a non-negotiable issue.
His heroes are his father, historian Benzion Netanyahu, an ardent follower of a right-wing school of Zionism that held as early as 1925 that the Jewish claim to the entire land of Israel was unquestionable and non-negotiable, and his brother, Yonatan Netanyahu, whose death leading the commando raid to free Jewish hostages at Entebbe in 1976 turned him into an Israeli legend.
We made it very clear that as far as we are concerned, the integrity and unity of India is non-negotiable," Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said.
It now has six performance dimensions which are divided into two categories: non-negotiable core assessment areas and essential assessment areas.
That's something that we've mentioned within the changing room, but it's a non-negotiable here.

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