trade sale Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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Meaning of "trade sale" - Business English Dictionary

trade sale

noun [C]
 
 
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 trade sale of 6% of its stock to a strategic partner.
trade sales [plural] COMMERCE sales to other businesses rather than to the public: He is director of trade sales. COMMERCE sales by businesses rather than members of the public: Several internet car sites offer a huge choice of private and trade sales for secondhand buyers.
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