orderly marketing agreements

International agreements negotiated between two or more governments, in which the trading partners agree to restrain the growth of trade (limit exports) in specified “sensitive” products, usually through the imposition of import quotas. Orderly Marketing Agreements are intended to ensure that future trade increases will not disrupt, threaten or impair competitive industries or their workers in importing countries.

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