Business Unit 3 Revision

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

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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