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cross-border

adj
1. (Commerce) overseas; international
2. (Military) across a border
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) across a border
Translations

cross-border

[ˈkrɒsˈbɔːdəʳ]
A. ADJ [conflict] → fronterizo; [trade] → internacional, transfronterizo; [raid] → a través de la frontera, fronterizo
B. CPD cross-border security Nseguridad f en la frontera
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The Malaysian bank said that Cross-Border Solutions would cater to any customer living in Malaysia or Singapore.
Since the proposal of the Belt and Road Initiative, China's cross-border e-commerce is booming.
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Global initial public offering volumes in 2017 reached the highest level in a decade, according to the latest Cross-Border IPO Index prepared by global law firm Baker McKenzie.
The Middle East region also picked up with 300 per cent increase in value of domestic deals and securing the first cross-border listing in the region since 2015.
This waning appetite for cross-border ecommerce by merchants links directly to the unstable political and economic landscape in 2016.
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Because the longer distance and the higher logistics cost of the cross-border e-commerce, the cross-border e-commerce logistics had been concerned widely by many scholars (Grubert, 2003).
Building the Second Biggest Cross-border Bonded Public Warehouse in Shanghai
initial public offerings in both value and volume growth terms the past two years, cross-border deals slid
Run by the CIPS Clearing Company and initiated by the People's Bank of China (PBoC), CIPS is intended to provide an independed cross-border payment and clearing system connecting onshore and offshore clearing markets and participating banks.
Asia-Pacific is predicted to become the largest region in global cross-border online retail, reaching a share of approximately 40% of all cross-border sales in the next years.