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I was scheduled to meet with a high-ranking official of a very large business concern.
You have to wonder that if things are this bad for us who survive on selling vegetables, how then for large business concerns," he said as he kept an eye out for the police, who confiscate the wares of vendors they accuse of trading in areas not designated for their business.
Ferguson uses his exploration of Warburg's Wilhelmine career and influence to reposition the Wilhelmine economy, arguing that it was less militaristic, less protectionist, and, most importantly, less dominated by large business concerns than were the economies of Germany's rivals.
Over the past 36 years, Escorts Group has developed into a large business concern with capital projects including: Electrical equipment manufacturing, Power stations, Power transformers and HV grid stations, Construction of Sheraton hotel in Islamabad, International trading and Escorts Foundation for social service and education.
Transaction cost are disagreements between usually large business concerns, and sometimes their insurers, about which of them is going to pay the costs of cleaning up sites.
This committee offers us the opportunity to marshal the resources of the private and public sector; small and large business concerns to develop a solution to this crisis," added Means.