Canada-US Free Trade Agreement
Canada-US Free Trade AgreementA free trade agreement between Canada and the United States signed in 1989 and superceded by the NAFTA in 1994.
Mortgage agreement in principleMortgage agreement in principle
An expression of a mortgage lender's willingness to enter into an agreement subject to other conditions being met, such as credit checks and a satisfactory property valuation.
Plurilateral agreementPlurilateral agreement
The plurilateral agreements of the WTO contrast with the larger multilateral agreements in that the former are signed onto by only those member countries that choose to do so, while all members are party to the multilateral agreements.
Bretton Woods AgreementBretton Woods Agreement
An agreement made in Bretton Woods, USA in 1944 which established a post war fixed currency rate between countries and subsequently the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The fixed exchange rate functioned until the early 1970's when it was replaced by a floating exchange rate.
Schengen AgreementSchengen Agreement
An agreement (later, convention) signed in 1985 to remove all frontier controls and permit free movement of persons between the participating countries. In 1999 it was incorporated into the European Union. Currently (2001), the participants include all EU countries except Ireland and the U.K., plus Iceland and Norway.
Bilateral agreementBilateral agreement
An agreement between two countries, as opposed to a multilateral agreement.
Further SuggestionsFiscal agency agreement
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
Tax clawback agreement
knock for knock agreement
Selected dealer agreement
Raw material supply agreement
Cash deficiency agreement
European Monetary Agreement
Revolving credit agreement
Lease purchase agreement
Double tax agreement
Bretton Woods Agreement
Reciprocal trade agreement