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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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Pula Credit-Worthiness Corner a market
Satisfactory Quality Business Activities Chargeable Value
Agricultural property Umbrella Fund County Court Judgement
Project brief Golden Rule Grant of representation
Accounting method Call to Action Intermediate goods
Moving forward Deficit FAQ
AFAIK Inter partes Gross National Product
Warranty liability Public Domain VLO
BIS BRIC Official Solicitor
Percentage of Annual Revenue From Online Sales Unemployed Appreciation
Deemed domicile Unit of trading Private Treaty
N242A Civil Court form Internet Protocol Security - IPsec Horizontal merger
Statutory Instrument NAS OATH

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