Prediction allows exporters or distributors to end a relationship with minimal effort if things don`t work out. Two key approaches are “innocently” termination rights and “for important reasons” termination rights. Using one or both approaches can help avoid the problems outlined in termining examples 1 and 2. A distribution agreement can be structured in such a way as to strike the right balance between the protection of commercial interests and compliance with the law. To this end, the relationship is designed in such a way as not to prevent or severely restrict competition in a given market (e.g.B. if other exporters or traders refuse to market their products). In the event of an appeal against exporters or distributors, the Competition Commission of Singapore takes into account factors which include the scope of the exclusivity rules, the duration of the exclusivity agreements and market conditions. . . .