English version

trigger point

From Longman Business Dictionary
Related topics: Trade, Finance
trigger pointˈtrigger ˌpoint1FINANCE the number of shares in a company above which a shareholder is forced to take a particular course of action. For example, if the shareholder has 30% of the shares in a company, it is forced to make an offer for the remaining sharesWe can accumulate more shares up to the trigger point.2COMMERCE the price below which an imported product must fall before trade restrictions are put on it point
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