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secondary market

n.
The market in which securities or similar items, such as tickets, trade after they have been issued.
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Richard will lead Aircelle's after-market development, along with the transformation of customer services activities that are essential to our continued growth worldwide," said Aircelle Chairman and CEO Martin Sion.
Steel Strips Wheels Ltd has won repeat export order from Russian After-Market.
Global broadband company Ubee Interactive has selected Teleplan as its European after-market service partner.
The top after-market Nasdaq gainers Friday were JDS Uniphase Corporation, MannKind Corporation, Iridium Communications Inc and Apollo Investment Corporation.
Since retail investors only subscribed a smaller proportion of shares, the after-market sell-off pressure will be accordingly reduced.
The Lockwood-based firm has set up a new stand-alone after-market business to take care of David Brown branded or any other geared installation for its customers in the marine, oil and gas, cement, metals, processing, power generation and rail industries.
Auto Business News-30 April 2008-M&M plans to enter after-market sector(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
Pilkington, which has its European distribution centre at Redditch, has acquired GIMA, which supplies the after-market in those countries.
Venegas thought he could come up with a better after-market version, testing out prototypes built into the third brake-light assembly on his brother's SUV.
DeVlieg Bullard II has purchased the intellectual property, machine and after-market parts inventories of Motch Corp.
It enables micro-caps to raise funds (up to $10 million) through IPOs, without incurring huge offering expenses; it gives investors after-market liquidity via on-line trading; and it bans short-selling.
It is focusing on the fastest-growing sectors of the printer market - color inkjet and networked laser printers; research and development - to buy and/or build new technology; a differentiated sales and marketing strategy; and a strong after-market initiative.