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Most-favoured nation clause

Originally a provision of international treaties providing that one or both of the parties to the treaty would be granted the same terms as that of the most favourable terms provided any other country, currently or in the future, for some stipulated aspect such as tariffs. Now also a feature used in commercial contracts guaranteeing the recipient the best price or terms offered to any other counterparty.

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