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insider dealing

noun [U] uk   us   (also insider trading)
the illegal buying and selling of shares in a company by people who have special information because they are involved with the company
Translations of “insider dealing”
in Chinese (Traditional) (利用內幕消息非法買賣公司股票的)內部交易…
in Chinese (Simplified) (利用内幕消息非法买卖公司股票的)内部交易…
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