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Synonyms for trade

Synonyms for trade

commercial, industrial, or professional activity in general

the commercial transactions of customers with a supplier

to give up in return for something else

Synonyms for trade

the commercial exchange (buying and selling on domestic or international markets) of goods and services

the business given to a commercial establishment by its customers

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a particular instance of buying or selling

people who perform a particular kind of skilled work

steady winds blowing from east to west above and below the equator

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an equal exchange

turn in as payment or part payment for a purchase

be traded at a certain price or under certain conditions

exchange or give (something) in exchange for

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A second, related factor is the change in leadership capacity of the United States and the European Union in trade negotiations.
Bush came into office hoping to expand world trade by further breaking down barriers, which increasingly take the form of subsidies that distort prices and create an unlevel playing field.
After pressing Congress to make trade arrangements with China through the WTO, Boeing signed a $3 billion deal with the Chinese government in 1997 for new airplanes.
We are partnering with Saudi Arabia to facilitate its accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO), a process that is gaining momentum through technical cooperation.
A prudent recipient of information should not trade in a security without first getting expert legal advice for his or her specific circumstances.
469 does will not affect the partners' ability to characterize their distributive share of partnership trade or business expenses as Sec.
The principal purpose of this section is to prevent economic espionage, not to punish conventional commercial theft and misappropriation of trade secrets, which is the function of Section 1832.
The results suggest that both the transaction and financing motives explain small businesses' use of trade credit.
Serious theoretical problems arise when a more modern trade model uses realistic assumptions, such as imperfect competition and increasing returns to scale.
trade show participation is a vital element in the company's marketing communication mix because they have a difficult marketing message to get across: "We sell complex software.
When delegations from countries eager to forge trade pacts with the United States come to Washington, Thomas is the man they clamor to see.
She didn't benefit from the trade, according to the government; he did.
A less traditional strategy for resolving the pain caused by these under-performing assets or excess inventory is through corporate trade, a process that may recover up to 100 percent of original value through the creation of future cash savings.
For example, Congress and the Clinton administration, which promoted NAFTA under the free trade banner, are still weaseling out of NAFTA commitments.