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brokerage

noun agio, charge, charges, commission, compensation, discount, emolument, factorage, fee, remuneration
Associated concepts: agents, brokerage business, brokerage commission, brokerage contract, brokers

BROKERAGE, contracts. The trade or occupation of a broker; the commissions paid to a broker for his services.

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