The Commonwealth and Favored-Nation Usage

@article{Clute1958TheCA,
  title={The Commonwealth and Favored-Nation Usage},
  author={Robert E. Clute and Robert Renbert Wilson},
  journal={American Journal of International Law},
  year={1958},
  volume={52},
  pages={455 - 468}
}
Guidance of development in the British Commonwealth has involved the use of various legal means. In the field of international commercial relations perhaps none has been more striking than the adaptation of the familiar idea of most-favored-nation treatment. 
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Background to M.F.N. Clause in Gatt
Before the First World War, the unconditional most-favoured-nation clause was employed by most of the European countries and Great Britain in their treaties of commerce among themselves.
Foreword
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Selected Bibliography
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Foreword
Preferential Tariffs
Preferential Tariffs

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Apparently Pakistan later withdrew its condition
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