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fair–trade agreement

noun

Definition of FAIR-TRADE AGREEMENT

:  an agreement between a producer and a seller that commodities bearing a trademark, label, or brand name belonging to the producer be sold at or above a specified price

First Known Use of FAIR-TRADE AGREEMENT

1937

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