Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Public Sector

This covers government (central and local), public corporations and the Bank of England.

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Pleadings In camera Ancillary relief
Political equity IPO KBPS
Freightage Pension Contributions Chair Plug
N265 Civil Court form Trade discount Ex parte
Payer Resource Allocation N337 Civil Court form
Tax Evasion Marketing Plan Place Of Supply
Beneficial Owner Ombudsman Voidable
Excise Duty Long Term Debt Public corporations
Contempt of Court Zone HMAC
Moving forward Deliverable End Advantages of Revenue
Quasi-corporations Stock losses CRN
IMHO Ear candy Artificial Intelligence
Username Tainted acquittal Tax Form - P138S

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