Competitive Imports

Business / Agriculture / Competitive Imports: A term used by the Economic Research Service in its reporting of agricultural trade statistics to describe imports that are similar to and therefore competitive (in contrast to non-competitive) with those produced in the United States. Examples are beef, wheat, cotton, and sugar.

Noncompetitive Imports

Business / Agriculture / Noncompetitive Imports: A term used by the Economic Research Service in its reporting of agricultural trade statistics to refer to imports of commodities not produced in the United States. Commodities such as tea, bananas, o MORE

National Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program (NRI)

Business / Agriculture / National Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program (NRI): Generally referred to as the NRI, this program makes grants to scientists at both public and private laboratories for basic and applied agricultural research in priority areas as designated in the res MORE

Cotton Competitiveness Provisions

Business / Agriculture / Cotton Competitiveness Provisions: Provisions added by the Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade Act of 1990 to the cotton program designed to keep U.S. cotton price competitive in domestic and export markets. Sometimes referred t MORE

Competitive Trader

Business / Taxes / Competitive Trader: Competitive traders, also known as registered competitive traders or floor traders, buy and sell stocks for their own accounts on the floor of an exchange. Traders must follow very specific rules gove MORE

Noncompetitive Bid

Business / Finance / Noncompetitive Bid: In a Treasury auction, bidding for a specific amount of securities at the price, whatever it may turn out to be, equal to the average price of the accepted competitive bids. MORE

Competitive Advantage

Business / Agriculture / Competitive Advantage: A situation in which one country, region, or producer can produce a particular commodity more cheaply than another country, region or producer. MORE

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