Business Unit 3 Revision

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

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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