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cross-holdingnoun [C or U]

uk   us   also cross-shareholding
FINANCE a situation in which two companies hold shares in each other, or the shares that are held: The Italian Stock Exchange has provided guidance on the rules governing cross-holdings involving at least one listed company. The company has a cross-holding of 8% in Tower plc.
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