non-trading UK US adjective [before noun]
FINANCE, COMMERCE used to describe a business that is not involved in buying or selling, or one that is not operating: »

The high-street stores group is planning to raise £400 million through the sale of non-trading properties.

COMMERCE used to describe a time when no buying or selling takes place: »

non-trading public holidays

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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