package deal

package deal
package deal [pakɛdʒdil] n. m.
ÉTYM. 1963; expr. angl. des États-Unis, de package, et deal « marché, accord ».
Anglic. Écon. Accord global, comprenant de nombreuses conventions. || Des package deals.

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