1. a type of loan agreement to repurchase bonds or securities at a later date for the same price as they are being sold

  2. an international trading agreement where a company builds a factory in a foreign country and agrees to buy all its production

"...the corporate sector also continued to return Cash to shareholders in the form of buy-backs, while raising little money in the form of new or rights issues" [Financial Times]

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