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deal-makingnoun [U]

(also dealmaking) uk   us  
the ​activity of making ​businessagreements or ​arrangements: It's a ​company with a ​poortrackrecord in deal-making. He's a first-class ​businesslawyer with excellent strategic-planning and dealmaking ​skills.
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