Trade Rate

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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While interpreting China-Pakistan trade and economic relations, he said that the first, the free trade rate between China and Pakistan will exceed 90% with the signing of the second phase FTA.
El Nady pointed out the role of Maersk, the main shareholder in the station which increased its container trade rate in 2017 by 40% compared to 2016, is to maintain trade rates and send a positive message to bring back competitiveness as well as stress partnership and cooperation between the government and investors.
The US is Malaysia's third biggest trade partner, while Malaysia comes in the 18th place in the US' top partners, he noted, adding that trade rate was recorded at USD 32.78 billions between the two in 2016.
It was informed to the Committee that the Prime Minister has announced a package in recent past due to which the trade rate has been enhanced to 16% in the last month.
Meanwhile, speculations are ripe that Chinese exporters may have provided false estimations to bring in more funds indicating that the country's actual trade rate may vary.
ACCI's submission to the minimum wage review equates to a real wage cut of $9.30 a week for minimum wage earners and $12.40 for the trade rate when CPI is taken into account.
The government also prepared a report on trade rate for 2008 with an execution rate of 20 percent.Syria is studying the possibility of establishing the models of food security and safety with an execution rate of 60 percent.
It would be good if more restaurants took the mussels, but they want them at the trade rate.
In December, the combined jobless trade rate was 5.0 percent.
Moreover, the trade rate of the euro is limited while investors await statements on main European economy sectors to indicate economic recovery.
The dollar moved between 124.28 yen and 125.40 yen during the day, with the most frequently trade rate at 124.90 yen.
International oil prices went up three percent yesterday due to the decline of the US dollar's trade rate and OPEC's forecast of growing global demand on oil, in addition to mounting concerns over developments in Yemen and the safety of supply from the Middle East region.