Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Corporations

All bodies recognised as legal entities which are producers of market output and whose principal activity is the production of goods and services.

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BIS Business Angel In loco parentis
Dek IDK Encode
Home Bias Balance of trade (BOT) Unemployed
Time Sheet Public trustee Abandon
Residual Input Tax Credit Risk Mitigation Keelage
Overgeared Touch base Buy-out
Switch Vendors Securitisation
Cookie Alpha geek Employment contracts
Corner a market Opportunity Costs Asset stripper
Service mark Legal Services Ombudsman Interium
Flowchart Pro Rata Open court
Lifo Prorogation Supply Of Services
Tax Avoidance Benchmark Payout Period

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