The parties desire to maintain confidentiality between themselves

02:40 Jan 17, 2020
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English term or phrase: The parties desire to maintain confidentiality between themselves
I would like to have Japanese translation for the following sentences.

The Parties desire to maintain confidentiality between themselves, one to another, and between themselves and the public.

I understand that the parties want to keep it confidential and not to disclose to public. But why is between themselves repeated?
Thank you in advance.
Yuko Fujita
United States


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3当事者間の秘密保持を望む
Reiko Ando
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I believe it is referring to confidentiality in these two relationships
Henry Dotterer

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the parties desire to maintain confidentiality between themselves
当事者間の秘密保持を望む


Explanation:
I agree with the explanation above.

"themselves, one to another" sounds like parallelism, in which "one to another" is clarifying or emphasizing the preceding "themselves" (between party A and party B).

"between themselves and the public" could be between each party and the public, meaning between party A and the public as well as party B and the public.

So, the sentence might be something like"当事者間および当事者と一般市民との間の秘密保持を望む"

Reiko Ando
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Reference: I believe it is referring to confidentiality in these two relationships

Reference information:
I understand the sentence this way:

The Parties desire to maintain confidentiality between {themselves, one to another}, and between {themselves and the public}.

In other words, my understanding of the two types of confidentiality being discussed is as shown in this image:



Henry Dotterer
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Asker: Thank you Henry, for the clear explanation. I appreciate it.

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