Definition of Trade stoppage

1. Noun. A government order imposing a trade barrier.

Exact synonyms: Embargo, Trade Embargo
Generic synonyms: Import Barrier, Trade Barrier
Derivative terms: Embargo



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trade Stoppage

trade name
trade name product
trade names
trade newspaper
trade newspapers
trade paperback
trade policy
trade protection
trade rat
trade route
trade school
trade secret
trade secrets
trade show
trade shows
trade stoppage (current term)
trade surplus
trade surpluses
trade union
trade union movement
trade unionism
trade unionist
trade unionists
trade unions
trade up
trade war
trade wind
trade winds
tradeable
tradecraft

Literary usage of Trade stoppage

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1. Letters of David Ricardo to Thomas Robert Malthus, 1810-1823 by David Ricardo (1887)
"Slight revival of trade. Stoppage of trade with United States. 1812. Letters XI and XII (Dec.).—' Childe Harold,' I and II. ..."

2. The Ruin of the Soudan: Cause, Effect and Remedy: A Resumé of Events, 1883-1891 by Henry Russell, William Gattie (1892)
"... I think that the Soudan populations ascribe to us and not to the dervishes the ill effects from which they are suffering through trade stoppage, ..."

3. The Ruin of the Soudan: Cause, Effect, and Remedy : a Resumé of Events, 1883 by Henry Russell, William Gattie (1892)
"... I think that the Soudan populations ascribe to us and not to the dervishes the ill effects from which they are suffering through trade stoppage, ..."

4. Influence of the Great War Upon Shipping by Joseph Russell Smith (1919)
"From the Caribbean comes the worldwide plaint of hunger and trade stoppage. Central America can not supply the foods which we commonly think of as ..."

5. Preliminary Economic Studies of the War by Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Division of Economics and History, Thomas Nixon Carver (1919)
"From the Caribbean comes the worldwide plaint of hunger and trade stoppage. Central America can not supply the foods which we commonly think of as ..."

6. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1877)
"... m 5 d trade stoppage of Imports from Holland, L'6 m Г. / in the Streets of London, 10 j (! d Vaccination for Rinderpest, 19 _;' 6 с—20 j from Uruguay, ..."

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