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Commerce

The practice of buying and selling goods and services, whether for use or investment. Commerce usually refers to buying and selling on a large scale; that is, the sale of one widget is a transaction, while the sale of all the widgets in a country is the commerce of widgets. See also: E-commerce.
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sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck is on the 100th floor of International Commerce Centre the tallest building in Hong Kong.
In other words, the international commerce is extended there where conditions needed exist for manufacturing the technical progress.
But Dalian International Commerce & Trade Building has yet to pay the remainder because of accidents at the complex believed to be caused by defective engineering and differences over Shimizu's claim on additional construction work, Mycal said.
In Itel, the Supreme Court upheld the validity of the Tennessee sales tax on leases of containers owned by a domestic company and used exclusively in international commerce.
The WTO calculates intra-European trade as international commerce, "so if Europe slows down more than the rest, intra- European trade, which is a big quantity, 30, 35 per cent of international trading volume, has a big impact on the numbers," Lamy told reporters.
In addition to the conspiracy charge, Archak Zakarian is charged with eight counts of using international commerce facilities in a murder-for-hire and three counts of tampering with a witness.
The airports in both Amsterdam and Vienna, Austria, have their own World Trade Centers to showcase international commerce.
Our relationship with JCB will facilitate bidirectional international commerce, which will create new opportunities for U.
TIA is the only organization exclusively representing transportation intermediaries of all disciplines doing business in domestic and international commerce.
Miami-Dade's emergence as a hub for international commerce provides us the unique opportunity to penetrate markets in North America, South America and the Caribbean, as well as in Europe and Asia.
Operations are organized into Exploration & Production, Refining & Marketing, Transportation, and International Commerce & Gas.
The conference is being held in Guatemala from June 14-16 with a focus on "Security as a Competitive Factor in International Commerce.

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