adj. Business-to-business; describes transactions in which one company sells a service or product directly to another company.

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"Online retail sales have risen from nothing to about $20 billion. Business-to-business transactions—that B2B thing—have grown to $109 billion. By 2003, Forrester Research estimates, online retail sales will grow to $144 billion, and B2B business e-commerce will jump to $1.3 trillion. (That's just in the United States, folks.)"
—Kenneth N. Gilpin, "The Internet at Adolescence: A Trillion-Dollar Prodigy," The New York Times, December 20, 1999

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