Business Unit 3 Revision

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

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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