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What is Business Week

This is the normal part of the week that it is customary to conduct business. This is usually refers to Monday to Friday between the hours of 9am to 5pm. This can be a 6 day week including Saturday if it is normal for a business in that sector to do so. The times can vary depending on the business.

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