commerce means when the buyer is ready to purchase the goods and the seller is ready to sell the goods in cash or kind

Commerce is another word for trade or business, and can mean simply the buying and selling of goods and services.[1] Some commerce involves high finance and big companies and organisations. Commercial real estate is a place for commerce, a place to do business. Interstate commerce is the movement of goods, money or transportation between two or more states.[2] International trade is the exchange of goods and services between countries.[3]

Peddlers selling goods at a railway station


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