trade sale Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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trade salenoun [C]

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FINANCE the ​sale of a ​company, or ​part of a ​company, to another ​business, often in the same ​industry: The ​company said it was looking at a ​tradesale of 6% of its ​stock to a ​strategicpartner.
trade sales [plural] COMMERCE sales to other ​businesses rather than to the ​public: He is ​director of ​tradesales. COMMERCE sales by ​businesses rather than ​members of the ​public: Several ​internetcarsitesoffer a huge ​choice of ​private and ​tradesales for secondhand ​buyers.
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