trade reference

trade reference

n
(Commerce) a reference in which one trader gives his opinion as to the creditworthiness of another trader in the same trade, esp to a supplier
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All recruiters will provide references upon request, but most often these are of the light industry trade reference variety.
In order to share trade reference data "more accurately and efficiently,", a number of major banks including Citigroup, Credit Suisse Group AG and HSBC Holdings PLC are currently testing the blockchain technology.
In 2010, following a successful tender bid, we received the ultimate trade reference - the maintenance contract for the tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa.
He explained when credit risk is identified, companies have to eliminate or transfer this risk by monitoring, collecting information, maintaining trade reference check-up, sensing market trends and industry performance, doing proper financial and non-financial analysis for debtors.
By using third-party data, we are effectively creating a bulk trade reference from a variety of suppliers.
Strong served as an editor for the trade reference department at Oxford University Press as well as the Children's Vaccine Initiative and International Forum on AIDS Research at the National Academy of Sciences.
The Secretariat of the Economy announced the opening of the first Trade Reference Center in Latin America in coordination with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
The following meetings were also held: 28 Apr Hon Senator Peter Cook (Chairman of the Australian Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Reference Committee), 'A Pacific Economy and Political Community?
Major sectors of the tourism business have trade reference manuals for the use of colleagues in the industry.
This section also includes invaluable information on a variety of resources, such as trade reference books and journals; membership directories of authors, illustrators, poets, publishers, and booksellers; book catalogs; periodicals indexes; literary associations and societies; and writers' unions.
They are trade reference for future companies who wish to set up shop there.