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Hi!

I'm looking for a verb which would fit nicely into the following context:

Negotiation in companies/Company negotiation is often not predictable and relatively rare event by which we try to reach/close/complete? some special business deal or tightly related organizational interest.

Your interventions are more than welcome. Thank you
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Do you mean the issue is not predictable, or that we can't predict when it will happen?
I want to say that negotiation is actually unpredictable and frequent event-or that it is not anymore predictable or rare.
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Sorry, I don't get you... Anyway, you need a "an" : negotiation is an unpredictable etc event"
We can't predict what will happen
Negotiation in companies/Company negotiation is an often venturous and relatively rare event by which we try to reach/close/complete? some special business deal or tightly related organizational interest.

That's about the extend of the help I can offer here, I'm a very unskilled businesswoman!
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Company negotiations are rather/relatively rare/seldom, and often venturous; they aim at striking some special business deal, or at reaching a tightly related organizational interest.

Yet, I don't quite understand what it means Emotion: crying
Emotion: big smile
It is a kind of a definition of negotiation: Negotiation is X and Y activity whose aim is to A and B.

p.s. I hate economic issues. I've translated ten sentences of this text so far, and if I had to say what the text is about I would only be able to say that it is about negotiation.

Thank you very much Pieanne
Just another version:

Negotiation in a commercial context is an unpredictable and relatively rare event by which we attempt to clinch a particular business deal or advance the commercial interests of the organization in some way.

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