Minimal Agreement Deutsch
Bilateral accumulation is between two countries in which a free trade agreement or an autonomous agreement contains a provision allowing them to combine their origin. This is the type of fundamental accumulation that is common to all original plans. Only the original products or materials can benefit. On the other hand, when assigning origin within a cumulative system, any work or transformation carried out must exceed the minimum operations mentioned above, but do not necessarily have to comply with the corresponding list rule of the agreement. BATNA was developed by negotiators Roger Fisher and William Ury of the Harvard Program on Negotiation (PON) in their series of books on the policy negotiations that began with Getting to YES and which unknowingly duplicate the concept of game theory from a point of disagreement on negotiating problems developed by Nobel laureate John Forbes Nash decades earlier.   A Nash balance is achieved among a group of players if no player can benefit from a change in strategy, if each other player maintains his current strategy.  For example, Amy and Phil are in Nash Equilibrium, so Amy makes the best decision possible, taking into account Phil`s decision, and Phil makes the best decision he can make taking into account Amy`s decision. Similarly, a group of players in Nash Equilibrium, if each makes the best decision he or she can make, taking into account the decisions of others. The opening or processing of a product in accordance with the list rule must not lead to the origin of the product when that processing or processing is mentioned as a minimum operation in accordance with the article in question. The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, also known as the Bern Convention, is an international copyright convention that was first adopted in Bern, Switzerland, in 1886.  Full accumulation allows parties to an agreement to purchase or process non-native products in the area they form. Full accumulation means that all measures implemented in the participating countries are taken into account. While other forms of accumulation require that the products originate before being exported from one part to the other for further processing, this is not the case in the case of a complete accumulation.
Full accumulation simply requires that all uses or transformations in the list rules be made on non-native materials for the final product to originate. However, some agreements were at a partial disadvantage. This derogation is explained by the fact that, in some countries, tariffs on non-native materials are significantly higher than in the Community and that granting restitution at a certain level reduces the imbalance which could be seen as a benefit to Community producers. In addition to establishing an equal treatment system that harmonizes copyright between the parties, the agreement also required Member States to set strict minimum copyright standards.