economic co-operation

economic co-operation ecoˌnomic co-opeˈration noun [uncountable] ECONOMICS
when two or more countries work together to develop their economies through trade, financial help etc:

• Japanese and Chinese officials will discuss development loans from Japan to China and economic cooperation between the two countries.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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