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commercial credit

noun

  1. credit issued by a bank to a business to finance trading or manufacturing operations.


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In the 1840s, newly formed commercial credit reporting agencies began to collect information about American retailers and business owners.

On commencing business, I felt myself fairly entitled to a first-rate commercial credit.

The whole commercial credit system built on this monstrous falsehood must either crumble or tumble.

Nor was he entirely destitute, his commercial credit remaining good.

Commercial credit operations, however, are of great variety and scope.

A knowledge of the laws of commercial credit, we all know, saves capital, enabling a less capital to do the work of a greater.

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