near-market

near-market

adj
(Banking & Finance) commerce (of rates and amounts) similar to the market rate or amount
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Most of ADB's lending comes from its ordinary capital resources, offered at near-market terms to lower- to middle-income countries, and beginning in 2017, at very low interest rates to lower income countries.
NORTHERN Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Ulster Bank are inviting businesses to join a near-market trade visit to Glasgow.
In fact, the advancements in biotechnology will undoubtedly create a massive need for near-market researchers and educators to transfer these new findings to the young, aspiring farmers who will feed our future generations.
* Papers presented as part of the conference session on "New Approaches to Economic Measurement in Productivity Analysis and National and International Accounting" included "Measuring the Near-Market Government Output" by Bruce E.
Currently, Naftogaz has to charge customers sharply reduced state tariffs whilst itself paying near-market prices for Russian gas.
Of course we need research to maintain our international scientific position and to underpin our long-term industrial future but, and I have always believed this, there has to be room for more near-market, applied research and development to support industrial competitiveness.
Joining Forces Wales provides free technical support using a three-stage process which covers product and process review, feasibility study and near-market research and development prototyping support.