Business Terms and Jargon Explained


This term is used in computing to describe an interface. It means "What You See Is What You Get".

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Company Car Magnum opus Balloon Payment
Quid pro quo Usurious EX550 Civil Court form
CPC Quality control Fiscal Policy
Mortgage Term N322A Civil Court form Liquid Assets
A.K.A Comparative Advantage AIM shares
Penetration Testing Fixed Rate loan EEMEA
Creditors N242A Civil Court form Hardball
Marketing Plan Duopoly- In solidum
Underwrite Integrated Emergency Management Suspended sentence
Dubitante N260 Civil Court form HM Customs and Excise
Demurrage NPISHs Franchise
N285 Civil Court form Recorder Credit Risk Mitigation
Offshore Investments Retained earnings Overseas company

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