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the grey market

noun [S] ( US gray market)
an unofficial but not completely illegal system in which products are bought and sold: The store sells designer clothes and shoes sourced from the grey market . →  See also black market Buying and selling in generalTrafficking and racketeering
buying and selling of a company's shares before they are available officially: First dealings in the company's share will start on the grey market on March 27 and formal trading begins on April 2.Financial investments and the stock market
people over about 50, considered as a group to which products can be sold: Motorbike manufacturers are selling to the grey market as much as to younger people.Advertising, marketing and merchandisingRetailingThe elderlyOld or old-fashionedDescribing people who are old
(Definition of the grey market from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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