Business Unit 3 Revision

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J F G Y W J P A O M W P L G E H U G N
H W U V A O L O S J Y M S L X K V K P
R P A T L E X H E X J J D O T A X H D
E J A B C N J H X C O F J C E X W X P
G I R S Q O K O F J F I Y A R O H C F
R D K Y L I B G H K F H T L N A I V G
E B E N F T U Q I J M H V I A P A K O
M H L F M A U Q V Q O I J S L Q G T K
L I S T F S R P M J P C L A I J K S P
W F G A H I Y Q D K M L H T T K S X I
C O I K Y L I C I K T F E I Y X B K R
R V F E Y A T V W L F B C O P I J Q C
A E Q O E B N E W I J P G N O U F D X
N Y K V U O B T R L C B Y E I A D B I
V M Y E V L T A N L O T T S C J D W C
T D F R F G T N G L H H J M U V E R O
X D X M S T A K E H O L D E R W P O K
Q H L M R G R X W X D D Y H A Y C Q I
D P U A O L V C I M M S N H I W J J I

Clues

  • A consequence of an industrial or commercial activity which affects a third party. (11)
  • A person with an interest or concern in a business. (11)
  • A tax or duty to be paid on a particular class of imports or exports. (6)
  • Emphasises idea that a global product is more likely to succeed if adapted to local cultures. (13)
  • One company is buying another. It may be amicable or involve a hostile bid, its not supported by the management of the business that is being taken over. (8)
  • The combining of two or more companies, generally by offering the stockholders of one company securities in the acquiring company in exchange for the surrender of their stock. (6)
  • the process by which businesses or other organizations develop international influence or start operating on an international scale. (13)

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