Definition of cross-border in English:

cross-border

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adjective

Involving movement or activity across a border between two countries: cross-border trade
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  • This comes through maintaining strict border policies and running cross-border patrols.
  • Further, there has been a large increase in cross-border trade and investment in recent years.
  • Business people are logical people and it is logical for cross-border trade to increase.

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