But only Congress has the ability to completely lift the trade embargo, which has been in place since 1962.
We just saw a vintage illustration at the GREAT event promoting British trade.
Then a young man named Jonathan asks about trade with China, and things get complicated.
Over the course of a long and enjoyable morning and afternoon, he showed me the tools of his trade.
Western economic sanctions have not brought the clerical house down, but they have severely reduced investment, credit, and trade.
And for Mr. Allerton to follow any trade for them, it was never in their thoughts.
I'll trade this chestnut—and he's a fine traveler—with a good price to boot.
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That sort o' trade, ye see, miss, the demand's not steady in it.
But he'd have to put the price low enough so as he wouldn't be poorer by the trade.
late 14c., "path, track, course of action," introduced by the Hanse merchants, from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German trade "track, course" (probably originally of a trading ship), cognate with Old English tredan (see tread). Sense of "one's habitual business" (1540s) developed from the notion of "way, course, manner of life" (mid-15c.); sense of "buying and selling" is first recorded 1550s. Trade wind (1640s) has nothing to do with commerce, but preserves the obsolete sense of "in a habitual or regular course." Trade union is attested from 1831.
1540s, "to tread a path," from trade (n.). Meaning "to occupy oneself (in something)" is recorded from c.1600. The U.S. sports team sense of "to exchange one player for another" is attested from 1899. Related: Traded; trading. To trade down is attested from 1942. Trade-in in reference to used cars is recorded from 1917. Trading post is recorded from 1796.
Business or commerce; economic activity.