The electricity market 2.0 must continue to guarantee the free formation of electricity prices on the basis of market mechanisms: long-term markets, spot markets, balancing markets, over-the-counter trade and bilateral contracts. This combination of market mechanisms is intended to ensure sufficient remuneration for all kinds of capacity and to increase price spikes. These aspects must be strengthened by continuing to guarantee free electricity prices, strengthening monitoring of the electricity market and developing and regulating the balancing system and the market. In a corresponding document, Bagwell and Staiger (2010b) discuss a regulation in which countries in the presence of the MFN rule can sign successive bilateral agreements. In this context, there are usually two inefficiencies: the first is due to the bilateral problem of opportunism mentioned above; Second, since subsequent negotiators can release A country`s concessions to early negotiating partners, a country may be encouraged not to offer enough in the early negotiations (“markets”). Bagwell and Staiger then argue that these inefficiencies can be eliminated if two additional rules are imposed, with the MFN: the reciprocity rule and a non-counterfeiting rule, modelled on GATT Article XXIII.1b. Together, these rules serve as a means of “securing” the concessions that a country obtained at the beginning of the negotiations and protecting them from potential parasitism and bilateral opportunism in the future.94 The United States has signed bilateral trade agreements with 20 countries, including Israel, Jordan, Australia, Chile, Singapore, Bahrain, Morocco, Oman, Peru, Panama and Colombia. These two parties can be two nations or two international organizations, or an international organization or an international organization. It is possible that a bilateral contract involves more than two parties; Thus, each bilateral treaty between Switzerland and the European Union (EU) has seventeen parties. The parties are divided into two groups: the Swiss (“on the one hand”) and the EU and its member states (“on the other side”). The treaty establishes rights and obligations between Switzerland and the EU and the Member States for several years – it does not create rights and obligations between the EU and its member states.
  In accordance with paragraphs 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 of the regulations attached, the validity of the temporary waiver may not exceed five years from the effective date. The temporary derogation automatically ends on the effective date of a relevant amendment to these attached regulations. Transportation on the basis of these agreements is transport operations in the sense of DNA. At the regional level, many legal and political documents have been signed between China and ASEAN, including the TACs, the ACFTA framework agreement, etc. Several important documents, including the 1994 exchange of letters, the 1997 Joint Declaration, the 2002 Framework Agreement on Global Economic Cooperation, the 2002 Joint Declaration on Non-Traditional Security Cooperation, the 2002 Declaration on the Behaviour of the Parties in the South China Sea and the Joint Declaration of the 2003 Strategic Partnership serve as a legal basis for the development of their bilateral relations. Thanks to these documents, China and ASEAN are able to develop their cooperative relations smoothly and quickly. Most importantly, China joined the TAC in October 2003, the first non-ASEAN country to join the treaty. China became ANASE`s advisory partner in 1995 and ASEAN granted China dialogue partner status in July 1996. In October 2003, at the ASEAN-China Summit, the two sides adopted the joint declaration of the Heads of State and Government of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the People`s Republic of China on the Strategic Partnership for Peace and Prosperity, which revived China-ASEAN relations.