business sense

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business sense

nsenso degli affari
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"I'm American, you see," she persisted, "and our American heritage is a large parcel of business sense. I don't like it myself, but I know I've got it--at least more than you have.
Plans to re-open Cains brewery with 200 jobs | Van Der Voort Martijn: Hopefully this time with a little more business sense and not alienating local pubs.
In May 1992, the late Abraham Tadeja who produced organic fertilizer brought me to Cabanatuan so I could interview his customer who started very poor but had become rich, a millionaire in his own right after 22 years of farming with a business sense.
And we really think that it is going to make business sense,' Reyes added.
TEESSIDE is in the running for a worldclass car manufacturing plant from a global chemical firm - but the successful site "must make both financial and business sense".
There's nothing illegal about reducing your tax bill in this way but while it looks like great business sense to some, it feels very different when public services are suffering.
Civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said restricting the air fares will not make good business sense as it could also jeopardise the government's regional connectivity plan as such a move may discourage airlines to fly on non-profitable routes.
has committed to spend about a tenth of its annual capital outlay to boost the disaster resilience design of its property assets, asserting that investing in sustainability makes good business sense.
A NEW delivery centre for professional advisory firm Deloitte, which is already halfway to creating an additional 700 new jobs in Cardiff, has been formally opened with the firm's chief executive and senior partner David Sproul saying that its major investment in the capital "simply made the best business sense".
Promoter Eddie Hearn says the Callum Smith and Rocky Fielding fight might make little business sense but the pressure to make the fight was too much to ignore.
Not good business sense According to Tonia, the ban doesn't make good business sense for Oman and further limits the personal freedom of the individual.

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