Board-of-trade



an association of business people.
Board of Trade, (in England) the national ministry that supervises and encourages commerce and industry.
noun
(US & Canadian) another name for a chamber of commerce
noun
(in the United Kingdom) a ministry within the Department of Trade: responsible for the supervision of commerce and the promotion of export trade

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