countertrade

[koun-ter-treyd]
noun
trade, especially international trade, carried on for payment wholly or partially in goods instead of cash or credit.

Origin:
1915–20; counter- + trade

countertrader, noun
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countertrade (ˈkaʊntəˌtreɪd)
 
n
1.  international trade in which payment is made in goods rather than currency
 
vb
2.  to buy or sell goods by countertrade: countertrading weapons for coffee beans

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Foreign governments may also demand technology transfer, local investment, and countertrade as part of the agreement.
Countertrade may also be a useful where foreign exchange is limited or unavailable.
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