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Hi!

I'm looking for a similar expression that fits in the following context. Can you please read it and see if you can think of something?

Therefore, managers have to announce to the negotiating team key goals which are to be realized, criteria on the basis of which negotiators have to value possible solutions, triggers or alarm states/situations/moments when to withdraw from negotiation, which is the best alternative to clinching the supposed deal.

I'm also ineterested whether it can be said to withdraw from negotiation? Or step out from negotiation? Or any other verb apart from end or conclude? My collocation dictionaries do not provide additional solutions.

Thank you in advance
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Therefore, managers have to announce /tell, state, specify, make clear ? (to) the negotiating team the key goals that are to be realized/achieved, the criteria on whose basis the negotiators have to value possible solutions, and / as well as the triggers or alarm states/situations/moments (critical moment?) when to withdraw from negotiation, which is the best alternative to clinching the supposed deal.

But you know I'm not good in business, Antonia...
Thanks Pieanne for your corrections. Critical moments seems fine to me. Is withdraw from negotiation OK?
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As far as I can tell, Antonia... It leaves some margin.
Ok Pieanne, thank you:) You've got a short mail. Off I go now.
I sent you a PM, Antonia... Have you checked?
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Antonia... This is not THE ultimate correction!
I know it's not THE solution, relaxEmotion: smile

Anyway it's better than mine, and you know there are always better solutions.

I've checked your PM.

I've changed the title of this thread, I don't know am I allowed to do that. Is this phrase OK?
Not really. Emotion: smile It should be "I don't know whether/if I'm allowed etc..." or "I didn't know I was allowed to do that"/ "I didn't know I could do that", depending on what you mean.
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