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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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fast-track negotiating authority has not, at least to date, effectively focused the minds and energies of trade officials, as in earlier deals.
After Smoot-Hawley led to a collapse of world trade and helped sow the seeds of World War H, a bipartisan anti-protectionist consensus emerged.
All of these international trade agreements, from the World Trade Organization to the proposed FTAA, embrace forms of government intervention that contradict the philosophy of free trade.
Jordan Free Trade Agreement has contributed to regulatory reforms, a dramatically improved investment climate, and increased investment in human capital.
A trader can be engaged in a trade or business if the activity is conducted with continuity and regularity and with a primary purpose of producing income or profit; expenses incurred in the trading activity would constitute trade or business expenses.
They always say that when you trade, it's like looking in a mirror--and that's true.
This article discusses new federal legislation that will assist federal, state, and local law enforcement officers in recognizing and investigating trade secret theft.
Theoreticians have linked the use of trade credit to a transaction motive--a desire to realize economies in cash management--and to a financing motive--use of trade credit because credit from other sources, particularly from financial institutions, is limited.
Government deficits sky-rocketed, a $500 billion savings-and-loan crisis resulted, and enormous trade deficits changed the United States from a global creditor to the world's largest debtor.
trade shows, or Germany's Hannover Fair CeBIT (a trade show for office and information technology and telecommunications)?
But there's a new player on trade in Washington these days at least as important as Portman or Zoellick.
That standard still wouldn't explain why Aliza Waksal's trade was legitimate.
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.