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cross-sectoral

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Definition of cross-sectoral in English:

adjective

Relating to or affecting more than one group, area, or section: cross-sectoral collaboration
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  • The exhibition provides an opportunity for local businesses and the general public to meet leading business owners at the largest, cross-border, cross-sectoral trade event ever in this area.
  • Who was going to lead Scotland's international contribution to the crucial cross-sectoral negotiations on the European Union's sixth environmental action plan?
  • The Forum was set up in 1997 to improve cross-sectoral dialogue and help the industry to reach a common position or reinforce a view commonly held by it as a whole.

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