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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcross-borderˈcross-ˌborder adjective [only before noun]  relating to activity across a border between two countriescross-border trade/business etccross-border attack/raid
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cross-borderBetween them they have no formal cross-border arrangement.The cross-border implications of such arguments are now starting to appear.In 1949, cross-border influences were felt in the Northern Ireland elections.He was tried there under cross-border legislation and was sentenced to 10 years for the break-out.Further, it envisages the liberalisation of cross-border mail, international mail and direct mail.The last four cross-border meetings have yielded four goals with Gerry Armstrong getting ours at Windsor some 13 years ago.cross-border trade
From Longman Business Dictionarycross-borderˈcross-ˌborder adjective [only before a noun] cross-border buying, selling etc involves organizations in two or more countriescross-border mergers between companies within the EUThey want simpler regulations in order to make cross-border trade easier.
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