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Commerce | n. m.
The money consideration given in exchange for a product or service.

Example

This month, premium extra virgin olive oil fell to $2,900 (£1,850) a tonne in the wholesale market, the lowest price since 2002 and almost half its peak of $6,000 a tonne in 2005, according to International Monetar y Fund figures.

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Commerce | n. m.
a commercial variable that includes all the decisions related to the money value of a product or service, including both its technical quality and its utility for the consumer.

Example

It is reasonable to think that the current price crisis is not structural and will be eased by action to promote olive oil to consumers who are not familiar with it or use it only occasionally" it said.