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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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* Technical progress, which has had direct impact and over the international commerce. If since the '60s it was talking about the pass from industrial society to the post-industrial society, hardly in the past two decades the nature and accounts of this become to be visible.
Also known as 'trade promotion authority," the legislation allows the president to negotiate international commerce agreements like the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and then simply present them to Congress for a yes-or-no vote.
He has a breadth of experience and knowledge of international commerce that will be a tremendous asset for Lloyd's."
manufacturing workers and the lower middle class with the golden zenith of a small elite in finance, investments, and international commerce follows the late-stage Dutch and British patterns all too well and raises troubling questions about the longevity of America's current wealth concentration.
This saves American companies -- including giants like General Electric, General Motors, Microsoft and Boeing -- more than $4 billion in taxes." The European Union insists that such tax breaks "give American exporters an unfair edge in international commerce." The EU was particularly concerned about Boeing's competitive advantage over the European Airbuse Industrie consortium.
The newly appointed QFFI Europe representative holds a master's degree in international commerce from EPSCI in Paris, as well as BS in international management from the International Business School of Groningen, Holland.
It should include analysis of competencies and skills required by companies for domestic and international commerce in electronic formats.
International commerce in sperm has proved popular in Australia, where both donors and background on them are not readily available.
And she provides examples of how international commerce can be revolutionized by the use of such things as the precautionary principle, which holds that lack of scientific certainty should not be used as a reason for postponing action where there are threats of serious or irreversible damage.
Will viruses begin to seriously disrupt international commerce and, if so, what steps will governments and businesses take to combat them?
With international commerce growing by leaps and bounds, companies of all sizes are eager to stake claims in potentially lucrative, but unfamiliar, new markets.
These formidable challenges have discouraged many entrepreneurs, particularly small and medium-sized businesses, from making the leap into international commerce.

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