Counterpurchase

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Counterpurchase

Exchange of goods between two parties under two distinct contracts expressed in monetary terms.
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Counterpurchase

An agreement between two persons or companies to buy goods or services from each other, usually at different times. For example, Company A may buy goods from Company B in March, and then sell different goods to Company B in April. Counterpurchases are made for the mutual benefit of both companies.
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counterpurchase

see COUNTERTRADE.
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On March 9 the festive closing of the short-range anti-aircraft system Mistral counter-purchase contract took place, as the result of which 15 million euros' worth of foreign funds were invested in Estonia, reports National Broadcasting.
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