Commerce minister

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A Commerce minister (sometimes business minister, industry minister, trade minister or international trade minister) is a position in many governments that is responsible for regulating external trade and promoting economic growth (commercial policy). In many countries, this role is separate from a finance minister, who has more budgetary responsibilities.

Notable examples are:

 Denmark: Ministry of Economic and Business Affairs

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