Business Terms and Jargon Explained

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Published information is material issued or distributed to the public in any format (even though in practice it may of interest to relatively few) whether free of charge or for payment. It can include both "raw data" and value added information.

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Rights Issues Gourde OEIC
Back Office Bridge loan - (bridging loan) Joint Account
SHA512 Warehoused Goods Coin of the realm
Production PLN Dumping
Outsourcing Earned income Per stirpes
Fill or kill N325 Civil Court form Advanced fee fraud
Quasi-judicial functions Balance of payments (BOP) Over the Counter
Witness summons Special Commissioner Lucas critique
Excise Duty Junk mail Cloud computing
Cost per click Procurator Sort code
Charity Exemption Financial Capital Abscond
Direct tax Annul Junk bonds
Asset Allocation Quartile Tax rebate

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