dealmaking

noun
deal·mak·ing | \ ˈdēl-ˌmā-kiŋ \

Definition of dealmaking 

: the act or process of making deals or agreements His artistry ran far more to political dealmaking than to personal fortune hunting … —Sean Wilentz

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dealmaking adjective
learned some dealmaking skills along the way … that's the life of the dealmaking, world-shaking chief executive. —James Surowiecki

First Known Use of dealmaking

1892, in the meaning defined above

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