improper inducement

improper inducement
незаконное стимулирование.
Платежи либо освобождение от долговых обязательств, осуществляемые в нарушение закона, тарифов либо общепринятой практики со стороны транспортной компании в пользу грузоотправителя в целях получения заказов.

Англо-русский толковый словарь внешнеэкономических терминов. - М.: Финансы и статистика. 1992.

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