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Synonyms for renegotiate

negociate anew


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revise the terms of in order to limit or regain excess profits gained by the contractor

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Marcos said an autonomous specialist from New Zealand, Andrew Campbell, was present amid the renegotiation.
The intervention, in a speech at the Chatham House think-tank, came as Mr Cameron sent a sixpage letter to European Council president Donald Tusk spelling out his renegotiation checklist.
Insisting it will be the "final decision", he said: "So to those who suggest that a decision in the referendum to leave would merely produce another stronger renegotiation and then a second referendum in which Britain would stay I say think again.
A No10 source said: "He'll hold bilaterals with the renegotiation a key item on the agenda.
More than half (51 per cent), also revealed it is likely the content of the Prime Minister's renegotiation package would affect their vote.
But 49% of members said it was very or somewhat likely that the outcome of the Prime Minister's renegotiation would affect the way they vote when the referendum is held.
Mr Cameron sparked consternation among some Tories with comments at the Schloss Elmau summit in which he appeared to suggest ministers could be sacked if they want to campaign for British exit after what he deems to be a successful renegotiation of the terms of the UK's membership.
As regards the impact of the renegotiation of the agreements on end-consumers, price levels are expected to remain unchanged.
Mr Cameron has so far shied away from suggesting that he could back an "out" vote in his promised referendum, insisting that he is confident he will be able to secure a better deal for Britain in the renegotiation which he plans to hold if Tories win next year's general election.
If there is no change at all in the way Europe is governed, no change in the balance of competences between the nation states and the European Union, no resolution of the challenge of how the Eurozone can succeed and coexist with the non-Eurozone - that is not a Europe that can work for Britain in the future, so there must be change, there must be renegotiation.
Meanwhile the 26 companies have agreed on the six points of renegotiations.
But we should always be governed by what's in the national interest, and my view is that years and years of uncertainty because of a protracted, ill-defined renegotiation of our place in Europe is not in the national interest because it hits growth and jobs," he added.
23, 2012 (CENS) -- Hon Hai Group and Sharp of Japan reportedly have reached the final stage in the renegotiation of their cooperative conditions.
com was susceptible to the bug because it did what's called client renegotiation under SSL.
To policymakers, the appeal of renegotiation is obvious: In theory, it helps borrowers and lenders at little or no cost to the government.