tripartite agreement

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1. Any agreement between three parties.
2. Commerce: The Tripartite Agreement of 1936 between France, Great Britain and the United States attempted to stabilize currency values between France, who still used a gold standard, and Great Britain and the United States who had recently eliminated the gold standard.
3. History: Numerous tripartite agreements have been made between nations including the Tripartite Agreement of 1940 between Germany, Italy and Japan which created the Axis powers.

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