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A Question of Values: You may face opposition by environmental preservationists or other special interest groups whose position is a question of values, which are simply not negotiable.
Microsoft's right to add features to Windows is not negotiable, an official told the WSJ.
A potential drawback: generally the arbitration decision is binding, the award is not negotiable and you can't appeal your case.
The final rule of engagement is a recognition that some "core values" are simply not negotiable.
We must impress upon the Chinese that the global trading system is not negotiable.
They know that improving the quality of the air we breathe and the water we drink is not negotiable for any industry or business in America.
It is not negotiable for us," Weber told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.
One of the points of contention was that the West discussed defense systems and missiles, from the beginning and this was not negotiable, but they are still insisting on this point.
The Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) countries insist on negotiations over the missile program (of Iran) due to its inclusion in the (previous UN Security Council) resolutions (against Iran but) we have stated to them that our country's defense systems are not negotiable," Araqchi said, addressing a forum of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) political officials in Tehran on Wednesday.
She further said that a balance needs to be struck between the policy objective pursued and the impact on fundamental rights especially the right to privacy which is a fundamental right and is not negotiable.
This matter is not negotiable, and is the basis for a dialogue on the other issues stemming from it.
His suggestion that Iran's right to nuclear capabilities is not negotiable has prompted suspicion Tehran will try to avoid discussing sensitive activities at the heart of global concerns.