large conglomerate

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  • A law was passed to break up large conglomerates and end economic concentration, so as to encourage economic competition.
  • United Technologies is the only large conglomerate that has competitive fuel cell technology.
  • Several large conglomerates or their subsidiaries acquired land banks in the area, and began developing industrial sites.
  • Other sectors that saw strong rises include large conglomerates, real property, electronics and technology.
  • The next year they recovered the rest of the large conglomerates, many smaller conglomerates and individual artifacts.
  • Francisco has acquired former venture capital-backed companies as well as many divisions of large conglomerates and IT companies worldwide.
  • The falls takes its name from the large conglomerate outcropping in the middle of the river that forms its segmented appearance.
  • These firms are typically mid-sized corporations, rather than large conglomerates like those dominant in Japan.
  • Large conglomerate blocks form the first rapid then the river eases into a sedimentary rock canyon.
  • NGOs have frequently criticized that most of the profits went to large conglomerates instead of to the local population.
  • She is the representative of, a large conglomerate founded by the Sumeragi House.
  • The solution was to buy out many of these smaller businesses to create a large conglomerate which would allow larger, more profitable sites to be developed.
  • Nichitsu grew steadily, invested its profits in new technology and expanded production into new areas and slowly became a large conglomerate of many different companies.
  • He has worked with large conglomerates, such as J. R. Simplot.
  • Unaffiliated with the nation's large conglomerates, these corporations dueled each other in a highly competitive market.
  • Professional teams owned by large conglomerates (chaebols) compete in the Korea Professional Baseball league.
  • During British Raj the company was a large conglomerate.
  • Attempted buyouts by large conglomerate breweries have all been unsuccessful.
  • The main company began as the Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corporation, a large conglomerate British engineering company.
  • Many large conglomerates that had previously been subject to Federal anti-trust investigations were now free to continue "business as usual" because they "aided" the war effort.
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