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Meaning of "commerce clause" - Business English Dictionary

commerce clause

noun [S]
 
 
GOVERNMENT
a part of the US Constitution that states Congress can control business activities that take place between different US states: Any such agreement would violate the commerce clause of the US Constitution.
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