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Trading paper

CDs purchased by accounts that are likely to resell them. The term is commonly used in the Euromarket.
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Trading Paper

The act or practice of buying or selling a certificate of deposit. Trading paper especially refers to situations in which the buyer is likely to re-sell the CD. The term is most common on the Euromarket.
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Publicly traded paper producer PT Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper said it plans to raise its pulp and paper production capacity by 10% this year on growing market demand.
announced today that it completed its merger with Bowater Inc., forming the third largest publicly traded paper and forest-products company in North America and the eighth largest in the world, with pro forma revenues of approximately US$8 billion in 2006.
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made the transition to all the other commonly traded paper grades, as well as taking in the beverage and food containers collected in California's household recycling bins and CRV buy-back centers.