Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Backup

In computer terms this means making a copy of information in case the original version is lost. Information is normally backed up onto CD-ROMs and floppy disks.

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Sugar Tax Sale and Leaseback Idem
Voidable OTC Colon - El Salv
Note Buyers mutatis mutandis
Log file Charge Insider lending
HMI Institutional Unit Market Based Pricing
Paanga List Price Credit Concentration
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Money Deposit Historical Cost Estate
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Line Manager Firmware Collateralised Transactions
Caution Board of Directors Life Interest
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Reentry Legal tender Pay Back Period

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