例句1. the government refused to negotiate
A transferable Credit is a Credit under which the beneficiary(First beneficiary)may request the bank authorised to pay, incur a deferred payment undertaking, accept or negotiate (the “Transferring Bank”), or in the case of a freely negotiable Credit, the bank specifically authorised in the Credit as a Transferring Bank, to make the Credit available in whole or in part to one or more other beneficiary(ies)(Second beneficiary(ies)).
(2)The heads of the diplomatic missions of the PRC who negotiate and sign treaties or agreements concluded between China and the States to which they are accredited, unless it is otherwise agreed by the contracting parties;
(3)The heads of the government departments of the PRC who negotiate and sign the agreements concluded in the name of their departments, unless it is otherwise agreed by the contracting parties;
The Arab and Israeli leaders met to negotiate a settlement.
Handled the itinerary schedule of the general manager. Met clients as a representative of the corporation. Helped to negotiate a $5,000,000 deal for the corporation.
The city was trying to negotiate the renewal of fourteen million dollars′ worth of notes held by local banks. One bank balked: the Cleveland Trust Company
This research institute has a great number of successful professional researchers. It′s really a galaxy of talent. We welcome people concerned and wish them to negotiate with us on cooperative projects.
These contracts are offered on a “take-it-or-leave-it” basis, providing the consumer no opportunity to negotiate the terms.
Negotiate a deep river
Subject to the provisions of this Ordinance, when a bill payable after sight is negotiated, the holder must either present it for acceptance or negotiate it within a reasonable time.
Unless specifically authorised, banks will not, upon resumption of their business, pay, incur a deferred payment undertaking, accept Draft(s)or negotiate under Credits which expired during such interruption of their business.
Unless the Credit stipulates that it is available only with the Issuing bank, all Credits must nominate the bank(the “Nominated bank”)which is authorised to pay, to incur a deferred payment undertaking, to accept Draft(s)or to negotiate .
Unless the Nominated bank is the Confirming bank, nomination by the Issuing bank does not constitute any undertaking by the Nominated bank to pay, to incur a deferred payment undertaking, to accept Draft (s), or to negotiate .
Except where expressly agreed to by the Nominated Bank and so communicated to the beneficiary, the Nominated Bank′s receipt of and/or examination and/or forwarding of the documents does not make that bank liable to pay, to incur a deferred payment undertaking, to accept Draft(s), or to negotiate .
Handled import of textiles from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan. Increased sales by 25% from 1990 to 1993. Made frequent business trips to these places to negotiate with textile mills.
Negotiate the transfer of three senior engineers from an establishment of the same kind
Search, offer, reject, negotiate and accept are all parts of the process of almost everything in life.
Nevertheless, if a bank authorised to pay, incur a deferred payment undertaking, accept Draft(s), or negotiate under a Credit accepts such invoices, its decision will be binding upon all parties, provided that such bank has not paid, incurred a deferred payment undertaking, accepted Draft(s)or negotiated for an amount in excess of that permitted by the Credit.
When the Issuing Bank authorises another bank to pay, incur a deferred payment undertaking, accept Draft(s), or negotiate against documents which appear on their face to be in compliance with the terms and conditions of the Credit, the Issuing Bank and the Confirming Bank, if any, are bound to reimburse the Nominated Bank which has paid, incurred a deferred payment undertaking, accepted Draft(s), or negotiated.
When ultimately it began to negotiate , China′s only real strength lay in playing the powers off against one another--a tactic only partially successful
Article 25 If an enterprise is subject to stop work or slow down measures, the trade union shall, in conjunction with the enterprise′s administrative authority or other relevant authorities, negotiate a resolution of demands raised by the workers which are found to be reasonable and able to be resolved so as to enable the normal production process to be resumed as quickly as possible.
Article 140 The Central People′s Government shall assist or authorize the Government of the Macao Special Administrative Region to negotiate and conclude visa abolition agreements with relevant foreign states or regions.
If the Credit provides for negotiation-the Confirming bank should negotiate without recourse to drawers and/or bonafide holders, Draft(s)drawn by the beneficiary and/or document(s)presented under the Credit.
the party paying it is remitted to his former rights as regards the acceptor or antecedent parties, and he may, if he thinks fit, strike out his own and subsequent indorsements, and again negotiate the bill.
I sent Kuei Chang-lin to negotiate with the strike committee, but they say they′re waiting for orders from the silk filatures general strike committee
When their parents are sufficiently rich to pay a ransom, a messenger is sent to negotiate
In short, where idle capacity exists, every effort should be made to negotiate a price acceptable to both the buyer and the seller that will keep business within the company as a whole.
Today′s newspapers made a savage attack on the unions for their refusal to negotiate
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1.Convert (a cheque) into cash or notes.
‘He was not involved in _negotiating_ the credit note.’
2.Find a way over or through (an obstacle or difficult route)
‘she cautiously _negotiated_ the hairpin bend’
‘We have a theory that their journey time down to us is always short because the traffic just parts for them, and people stand and doff caps as they _negotiate_ the tricky route along the A3.’
3.Obtain or bring about by discussion.
‘he _negotiated_ a new contract with the sellers’
‘The letter said that if she agreed, a deal could be _negotiated_ with a phone company which might bring her up to £7,000 a year in rent.’
4.Transfer (a cheque, bill, or other document) to the legal ownership of another person, who thus becomes entitled to any benefit.
‘INA _negotiated_ the bill to ensure patient safety.’
‘It demanded, however, that the bill be _negotiated_ .’
5.Try to reach an agreement or compromise by discussion.
‘they refused to _negotiate_ with the rebels’
‘The port and the unions have been _negotiating_ for two months over the employment agreement, which covers around 240 staff.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。