Business Unit 3 Revision

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

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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