commerce的的用法,commerce怎么读美 ['kɑ.mɜrs] 英 ['kɒmɜː(r)s]
用法解析— see alsoChamber of Commerce
trade, especially between countries; the buying and selling of goods and services
leaders of industry and commerce
the large-scale buying and selling of goods and services
the study of the principles and practices of commerce
Only a week earlier the U. S. Commerce Department said that the rate of new home construction fell more in May than it had in a year.
China's ministry of commerce said the purpose of the restrictions was to protect the environment by raising the cost of resource extraction.
Network of these characteristics, no doubt makes e-commerce in the jurisdiction on the case is a great uncertainty.
Every few days, senior Commerce Ministry officials have spoken out, warning that pressure to let the renminbi rise is "irrational. "
It was in use throughout the eastern Mediterranean as the language of commerce and diplomacy in and around the Renaissance era.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Commerce has urged commercial grain supply and purchase departments to be well prepared to fight against floods.
Despite all that, I was doing relatively well financially, and I even became accredited by the Chamber of Commerce in my home state.
None of them have been able to rejuvenate Yahoo's dying business model or clean up the mess with Chinese e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba.
U. S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke has also said the policy will be a major topic of discussion next week, when he and Mr.
The Commerce Department said the number of new homes under construction fell to a 17-year low in September.