principal supplier rule

principal supplier rule
межд. эк. правило основного поставщика* (правило проведения двухсторонних торговых переговоров, согласно которому переговоры о предоставлении тарифных уступок по определенному товару должны проводиться с той страной, которая является или в будущем может стать основным поставщиком данного товара в другую страну-участницу переговоров; однако в соответствии с принципом наибольшего благоприятствования тарифные уступки, согласованные на переговорах с основным поставщиком, должны быть распространены на другие страны-участницы ВТО)
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