Bilateral Steel Agreement

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Bilateral Steel Agreement

A treaty between two countries governing the trade of steel between them. In general, bilateral steel agreements reduce tariffs each country places on the other's steel and discourage subsidies they give to their own steel companies. See also: Free trade agreement.
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