Jing-Bang

I made an effort this week to work the phrase “jing-bang” into one of my master’s exam essay. This is a Scottish term: the hail jing-bang means the whole lot or everything. I was able to use in the opening sentence for my International Commerce exam:

In the hail jing-bang of global economics, regional trade agreements (RTAs) have become the most common form of agreement.

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