use pacts in a sentence.
TOKYO — The Japanese government, having missed out on a wave of multilateral trade pacts, is stepping up efforts to clinch deals with its major trading partners.
Norway has pledged more than $1 billion between now and 2012 as part of its long-term pacts with Brazil, Indonesia and Guyana, while the United States has promised $1 billion as part of any broad international climate deal.
But in the long run, the short-term pacts could shake out high-cost ore producers.
Gangs change names, make short-term pacts and develop rivalries which makes it difficult to track them.
Government leases offer long-term pacts and the security that they will fulfill the entire length of the contract.