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What is Enterprise

An enterprise is a business. It's the taking of an idea and seeing a market and a demand. An enterprise is the organisation or person bringing people and resources together into a business.

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Vicarious Liability Hurdle Rate Accounting Rate of Return
Kroon Manufacturing cell Narrowband
Customs Action Text Probate Dubitante
Banned And Restricted Goods SSL - Secure Sockets Layer Sui juris
N119 Civil Court form Trade discount FMCG
Zillionaire Turnover Unit of trading
Charitable Trust Tsunami Corporate Strategy
Negligible Value N9B Civil Court form Past Service
Bug Bounty Factum Net Realizable Value
Krugerrand Domicile of origin Advertising Standards Authority
Obsolete Advanced fee fraud BRIC
Creditors BZIP2 Abort fee
Tenant Economically Inactive Digital Signature

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