- Bank Central Asia, a private bank in Indonesia.
- Boeing Commercial Airplanes
- Book Club Associates
- British Car Auctions
- Business Council of Australia
- Model Business Corporation Act
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Famous quotes containing the word commerce:
“On September 16, 1985, when the Commerce Department announced that the United States had become a debtor nation, the American Empire died.”
—Gore Vidal (b. 1925)
“It was you that broke the new wood,
Now is a time for carving.
We have one sap and one root
Let there be commerce between us.”
—Ezra Pound (18851972)
“While the focus in the landscape of Old World cities was commonly government structures, churches, or the residences of rulers, the landscape and the skyline of American cities have boasted their hotels, department stores, office buildings, apartments, and skyscrapers. In this grandeur, Americans have expressed their Booster Pride, their hopes for visitors and new settlers, and customers, for thriving commerce and industry.”
—Daniel J. Boorstin (b. 1914)