Some international distribution agreements contain exclusivity clauses. While not all of these agreements are exclusive, they are a topic that should be addressed in contract negotiations. neither party shall be liable for any non-performance due to any cause or circumstance that is not within the appropriate control of that party, including, but not, a demand for such products and other products manufactured by the company exceeding the company`s ability to deliver them, earthquakes, fires, accidents, floods, storms, other cases of force majeure, disturbances, wars, rebellions, strikes, lockouts or other labor disturbances, national or international emergencies, failure, material or material of usual sources of supply, failure of carriers, means of transport, rules, rules, acts, injunctions, restrictions or requirements, or other causes or circumstances beyond the appropriate control of this party. Such inability to deliver or delay in delivery does not result in the termination of the rest of the agreement. The Company produces and sells the products listed in Section 1.c below (the “Products”). The Distributor wishes to purchase the Products from the Company for resale in the areas or geographical areas defined in Section 1.b (the “Zone”). The Company wishes to appoint the Distributor as its exclusive distributor of the Products in the Territory, and the Distributor wishes such an appointment, subject to the conditions set out in this Agreement, including any exhibitions or schedules attached. The starting point of international distribution agreements will usually be the detail of the specific products and the specific area covered by the contract. A.

Exclusive appointment. Subject to the terms of this Distribution Agreement, the Company appoints and grants the Distributor the exclusive right to sell and market the Products to customers in the Territory (the “Customers”) and to provide other services as distributors to the Company, as set forth above. The distributor limits its activities relating to the products to customers in the region and refrains from selling or transferring the products to persons outside the territory, directly or indirectly, without the express written consent of the company. The company may not sell or deliver the products in the territory, directly or indirectly, except through sale through the distributor, and the company may not, for any reason, contact the distributor`s customers without the prior written permission of the company. . . .