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fair trade

noun [U] ( also fairtrade)
 
 
a way of buying and selling products that makes certain that the original producer receives a fair price
(确保制造商获得合理价格的)互惠贸易
Fair trade, say Oxfam, is about giving poor people power.
牛津饥荒救济委员会称,互惠贸易赋予了穷人权力。
fair trade coffee/chocolate
按互惠贸易协定产销的咖啡/巧克力
Business and commerce - general words
fairly traded
 
 
adverb
fairly traded bananas
按互惠贸易协定以合理价格出售的香蕉
Business and commerce - general words
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