ancillary-to-trade


ancillary-to-trade
/renˌsɪləri tə 'treɪd/ noun
a service which supports trade, e.g. banking and advertising
The recession has affected ancillaries-to-trade and the industries they support and supply.
Advertising was the fastest expanding ancillary-to-trade at that time.

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