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1. A firm that engages in factoring.

2. An individual or firm that acts as an agent (often called a mercantile agent) in certain trades, usually receiving a factorage (commission or fee) based on the amount of sales achieved. Unlike some other forms of agent, a factor takes possession of the goods and sells them in his own name.

Subjects: Business and Management.

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