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Meaning of "information exchange" - Business English Dictionary

information exchange

noun [C or U]
 
 
IT, COMMUNICATIONS the act of people, companies, and organizations passing information from one to another, especially electronically, or a system that allows them to do this: The government said that it was prepared to crack down on tax evasion in the EU through a system of information exchange. The state is developing an information exchange that would allow public and private hospitals to swap records for patients they have in common.
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