bilateral agreement


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bilateral agreement

An agreement between 2 parties, in particular a contractual quid pro quo arrangement.

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Bilateral agreements may exist between the US and a foreign country NIDCD—grant applications from institutions in these countries that have been recommended for approval by the scientific review group are given special funding consideration by Council.
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The draft assessment bilateral agreement is open for public comment until 3 October 2014.
The bilateral agreements also grant Indian carriers access to destinations in the UAE.
It was further told that negotiations were under way for the Bilateral Agreement on Transfer of Offenders with Saudi Arabia, China, Azerbaijan, Behrain, Bulgaria, Canada, Egypt, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Netherlands, Oman, Philippines, Qatar, Romania, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, United States, Uzbekistan and Yemen.
administration has pressured states worldwide, including its closest allies, to enter into bilateral agreements, to compel them not to surrender U.
The accord is comparable to the bilateral agreements concluded since November 2004 between Iraq and the various governmental creditors comprising the Paris Club as well as other of its governmental creditors.
The bilateral agreement finalized May 1 calls for relocating the U.
In the absence of any bilateral agreements, the government should provide measures permitting flexibility in the domestic use of a DCL caught in the mirror legislation rule (at least until a bilateral agreement can be reached).
Watson boasted that the bilateral agreement with Mexico "will help to further unleash the entrepreneurial capacity of Mexican businesses by mobilizing U.
Once all WTO members have reached separate bilateral agreements with Beijing, a final WTO protocol would be drafted in Geneva and China's entry formalized by a two-thirds majority vote among the WTO's 135 members.
Such exchanges, though limited, date back to even before the 1972 bilateral agreement on the peaceful uses of outer space.
A bilateral agreement was signed in Geneva, which provides EU service suppliers with new trade opportunities in the U.
Siddeshwara informed the Rajya Sabha today that under existing bilateral agreement between India and Sri Lanka, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Madurai and Pune are available as points of calls for the designated carriers of Sri Landa.