Intracompany trade

Intracompany trade

Transactions between or among subsidiaries that are part of the same parent company.

Intracompany Trade

A transaction that occurs between two subsidiaries of the same parent company. For example, if a supplier sells to a retailer, and both are owned by the same conglomerate, this is said to be an intracompany transaction. It should not be confused with an intercompany transaction.
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The elimination of the manufacturing tariffs would entail considerable savings for intracompany trade alone.
16) TNCs account for about eighty percent of United States international trade, of which approximately forty percent is intracompany trade.