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global trade

noun [U]
 
 
COMMERCE, ECONOMICS trade in products, services, etc. between different countries: Any progress towards freer global trade depends crucially on leadership from both America and the EU.a global trade agreement/deal The European Commission said that it remained committed to a global trade deal. global trade negotiations/talks a global trade deficit/gap/surplus
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET trade in shares, bonds, etc. on financial markets in all parts of the world: Successful global trade hinges on real-time accurate information.
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