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Meaning of "dealing" - Business English Dictionary

dealing

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈdiːlɪŋ/ UK
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET the activity of buying and selling shares, currencies, etc.: share/currency dealing Online share dealing has grown dramatically over the past few years. Towards the end of the day there was another round of heavy dealing in the company's shares.
a way of doing business: fair/honest dealing Our company maintains a reputation for fair dealing in all its transactions.dodgy/shady dealing Many institutions have been badly damaged by dodgy corporate dealing.
dealings [plural] business activities involving other people: They suspended all dealings with the company when the falsification scandal was revealed.business/financial dealings She protested that her business dealings with the company had been completely legitimate. His agent told us that he had never met or had any dealings with her.in his/her/your dealings with sb/sth The code says officials must be "courteous, objective, and impartial" in their dealings with the public. →  See also double dealing , insider dealing , wheeling and dealing
(Definition of dealing from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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