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Translation of "insider dealing" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

insider dealing

noun [U]     ( also insider trading)
the illegal buying and selling of company shares (= a financial part of the ownership of a company) by people who have special information because they are involved with the company (利用內幕消息非法買賣公司股票的)內部交易 Fraud and corruptionFinancial investments and the stock market
Translations of “insider dealing”
in Chinese (Simplified) (利用内幕消息非法买卖公司股票的)内部交易…
(Definition of insider dealing from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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