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trading

Vox populi The exchange of one thing of value for another. See Insider trading.
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The landscape of the trading system has changed immeasurably since the Tokyo Round of the late 1970s, much less the tariff reduction rounds during the first few years of the GATT.
The disparate treatment of Stewart and the other ImClone investors is especially troubling when you consider the government's definition of insider trading and rationale for prohibiting it.
Full discussion and approval of the proposed trading transaction--This should occur within the company's senior management team, generally including the CEO and other corporate officers as required, to ensure agreement at all levels and full cooperation between company divisions that will use the trade credits.
469-IT(e)(6), T's trading activity is a nonpassive activity without regard to the degree of participation by T's partners.
The economic reform and structural adjustment program in Israel seems to not have had much of an effect on trading patters between Egypt and Israel.
Armed with this background and experience, Jones was confident she would be successful at day trading.
The corporate trading company agreed to purchase the entire inventory and offered the appliance company the full wholesale value of $1,000,000 in trade credit toward a media budget of $4,000,000, with the balance of $3,000,000 payable in cash.
This transformation has occurred not only among our European trading partners and in Asia, but in Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, and the rest of the developing world.