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Trade Rate

1. A special, lower price that members of a trade group offer each other for work. For example, a plumber may charge an electrician the trade rate for work because they are both skilled tradesmen. The term is chiefly British.

2. More broadly, a lower rate given to regular customers.
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The two ministers said they expect that the project will contribute for a higher international trade rates and improved civil mobility.
Modules can be completed over a period of time at the user's own pace and travel trade rates are also embedded within the programme.
A questionaire was created around pricing for hourly trade rates, percentage increase for materials and equipment, and local resource and response.
According to Ahmed Butti, the country's positive trade rates and the continuing development of both infrastructure and legislative directives that are aimed at attracting more foreign investments, are expected to boost the UAE's chances of hosting Expo 2020.
Al Mansouri noted that trade rates between the two countries increased by 20 per cent during the first quarter of this year.
Our healthy relationship with China has resulted in an increased investment volume and trade rates and strong participation in key economic activities such as exhibitions, trade shows and exchange programmes involving businessmen and trade delegations.
For the first time ever, user-driven trading between loyalty programs is allowed, with trade rates being set by users.
Relative shortages of raw beef tongues has put pressure on costs leading to trade rates moving upwards during July and August.
Each shop also offers custom service, and has facilities to work with interior designers at trade rates, Cointreau continued.
A questionnaire was created around pricing for hourly trade rates, percentage increase for materials and equipment, technical ability and local resource and response.
He emphasised the historic trade and diplomatic relations and friendship between the UAE and Spain, where the UAE is Spain's gateway to the Middle East and North Africa region, where trade rates have grown in the last 10 years, reaching $8.
I am writing you in the aftermath of the World Trade Organization court ruling that our steel import duties global trade rates violate global trade rules.