Embargo

When a ban is placed on the export or import of a certain good or on trade with a particular country or countries.
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embargo

[n] - a government order imposing a trade barrier 2. [v] - prevent commerce
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Embargo

Temporary action, generally by one country, to halt shipment of goods intoor out of another... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/embargo.htm?id=12441&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of embargo'>more</a>
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embargo

The legal prohibition by a government of trade with another country, forbidding foreign ships to leave or enter its ports. Trade embargoes, as economic sanctions, may...
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embargo

ban
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Embargo

Em·bar'go noun ; plural Embargoes . [ Spanish , from embargar to arrest, restrain; prefix em- (L. in ) + Spanish barra bar, akin to French barre bar. See Bar .] An edict or order of the government prohibiting the departure of ships of commerce...
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Embargo

Em·bar'go transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Embargoed ; present participle & verbal noun Embargoing .] To lay an embargo on and thus detain; to prohibit from leaving port; -- said of ships, also of commerce and goods.
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embargo

trade embargo noun a government order imposing a trade barrier
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embargo

verb prevent commerce; `The U.S. embargoes Libya`
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Embargo

• (v. t.) To lay an embargo on and thus detain; to prohibit from leaving port; -- said of ships, also of commerce and goods. • (n.) An edict or order of the government prohibiting the departure of ships of commerce from some or all of the ports within its dominions; a prohibition to sail.
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embargo

legal prohibition by a government or group of governments restricting the departure of vessels or movement of goods from some or all locations to one ... [11 related articles]
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Embargo

The prohibition of some category of trade. May apply to exports and/or imports, of particular products or of all trade, vis a vis the world or a particular country or countries.
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embargo

embargo (embär'gō) , prohibition by a country of the departure of ships or certain types of goods from its ports. Instances of confining all domestic ships to port are rare, and the Embargo Act of 1807 is the sole example of this in American history. The detention of foreign vessels h...
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embargo

The prohibition of trade with a country by another country or international organization. Embargoes may be general (a total ban) or specific (relating to, for example, technology transfer, energy supplies, or weaponry). See also sanctions
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Embargo

a warning to the media not to publish a news item until the date specified on the release.
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embargo

Limitation on the earliest time when a news item given to a journalist can be published or broadcast, usually a date.
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Embargo

[academic publishing] In academic publishing, an embargo is a period during which access to academic journals is not allowed to users who have not paid for access (or have access through their institution). The purpose of this is to protect the revenue of the publisher. Various types exist: == Purpose == There are various purposes: == Movin...
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Embargo

An embargo (from the Spanish embargo, literally Distraint) is the partial or complete prohibition of commerce and trade with a particular country or a group of countries. Embargoes are considered strong diplomatic measures imposed in an effort, by the imposing country, to elicit a given national-interest result from the country on which it is impo...
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Embargo

Prohibition against publishing information until a specific date. This is done in journalism to ensure that all news outlets release the news on the same day.
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Embargo

A government-ordered prohibition or limitation on trade with another country. Under an embargo, all
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embargo

Limitation on the earliest time when a news item given to a journalist can be published or broadcast, usually a date.
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Embargo

Any restriction placed on when specific information may be used, often stating the desired date and time of release.
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Embargo

[disambiguation] An embargo is the partial or complete prohibition of commerce and trade with a particular country. Embargo may also refer to: ...
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