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border

 [bor´der]
a bounding line, edge, or surface.
brush border a specialization of the free surface of a cell, consisting of minute cylindrical processes (microvilli) that greatly increase the surface area.
Brush border, characterized by closely packed microvilli. From Dorland's, 2000.
vermilion border the exposed red portion of the upper and lower lips.

bor·der

(bōr'der), [TA]
The part of a surface that forms its outer boundary.
See also: edge, margin, border.
Synonym(s): margo [TA]

bor·der

(bōr'dĕr)
The part of a surface that forms its outer boundary.
See also: margin
Synonym(s): margo [TA] .

bor·der

(bōr'dĕr)
The part of a surface that forms its outer boundary.
See also: edge, margin
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'Cross-border traders can avoid using the US dollar and thus prevent exchange risks."
As part of its ongoing efforts towards regional integration, SWIFT is also working with a group of gpi banks from Australia, China, Singapore and Thailand to test its new instant cross-border SWIFT gpi payments service in Asia Pacific.
The digital upheaval brought about by social media and increased smartphone penetration translate to increased opportunities for cross-border trade, as seen by the projected growth in online spending.
Cross-border e-commerce generally defines international online trade when consumers buy online from merchants located in other countries and jurisdictions.
Another measure would be to encourage a regional financial environment that allows for more robust cross-border fintech services.
Focusing on cross-border purchases, fashion came in first among shopping categories.
SWIFT gpi, the most transformational change in cross-border payments in 30 years, dramatically enhances the customer experience by increasing the speed, transparency and end-to-end tracking capability of payments.
The institutional and policy analysis of cross-border cooperation (CBC) depicts a landscape with different developmental stages across the European map, and the evaluation of European programmes impacts on this territory (Medeiros 2011).
More than 165 banks, representing 80 per cent of SWIFT's cross-border payments traffic, and including 49 of the world's top 50 banks, have signed up to the service.
The regional workshop aimed to promote the regional cross-border cooperation through the exchange of best practices and discussions of international and regional legal and policy framework documents pertaining to border security and management.
Today there is hardly any border region in the European Union where there exist no initiatives of cross-border co-operation.