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trade cycle

n
(Economics) the recurrent fluctuation between boom and depression in the economic activity of a capitalist country. Also called (esp US and Canadian): business cycle
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Noun1.trade cycle - recurring fluctuations in economic activity consisting of recession and recovery and growth and declinetrade cycle - recurring fluctuations in economic activity consisting of recession and recovery and growth and decline
variation, fluctuation - an instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change
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We know that this move by RBI would result into increasing working capital requirement of the industries as per their trade cycle and will disrupt Trade, Services and Industry," said Khaitan.
Built with OpenAPI technology that offers functionality across the entire trade cycle, SaxoTraderGO covers the entire trading journey, from pre-trade, to execution and post-trade services.
We are committed to providing a world-class service at Abu Dhabi Ports within all its assets, and KIZAD has been designed to provide convenience and ease for customers at each stage of the trade cycle.
It has been ensured that minimal changes are made to the system while the trade cycle continues smoothly.
But, if rice miller, sugar miller or flour miller start buying paddy, sugarcane and wheat from this regulated platform (Registered Commodity Brokers) then their complete trade cycle will be documented and they will no longer be able to tax evasion.
Following the meeting, Shammas said that they briefed the minister on the economic and trade problems and presented to him a basket of demands to activate the economic and trade cycle in the country.
Leveraging your debtor assets at competitive rates can turn a lazy balance sheet into a working capital cash cow with the capability to meet the business's trade cycle more effectively; freeing up liquidity to make it grow faster with the potential to turn more profit.
If this is true, then innovating and creating economic growth while being part of an autocatalytic trade cycle should be more efficient than innovating outside of a cycle.
Understanding business needs | By conducting an initial timeline assessment, we can clearly see a business's full trade cycle - where it buys from, sells to, and its true supply chain.
The typical facility is between PS100,000 and PS2 million over the trade cycle and last year LTF facilitated trades worth more than PS40 million.
There are signs that the global activity and trade cycle is gaining momentum, driven by the recovery in high-income countries," Louis Kuijs, chief China economist at Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc in Hong Kong, who previously worked at the World Bank, said in a note.
For his part, Trade and Investment Minister Olusegun Aganga said the NTH was a veritable vehicle to drive the Nigerian trade cycle towards economic development.