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countertrade

noun coun·ter·trade \-ˌtrād\

Definition of COUNTERTRADE

:  a form of international trade in which purchases made by an importing nation are linked to offsetting purchases made by the exporting nation

First Known Use of COUNTERTRADE

1976

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