Szervezet-szétválasztás

English translation: unbundling

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Hungarian term or phrase:Szervezet-szétválasztás
English translation:unbundling
Entered by: Kathrin.B

09:36 Jun 10, 2009
Hungarian to English translations [PRO]
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Hungarian term or phrase: Szervezet-szétválasztás
A társaság szervezeti átalakítása keretében végrehajtott szervezet-szétválasztás.
Kathrin.B
Local time: 18:07
unbundling
Explanation:
Főként energetikai kontextusban; van rá EU-s jogszabály is. Szervezeti egységek, tevékenységek, számviteli szétválasztás stb.
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unbundling


Explanation:
Főként energetikai kontextusban; van rá EU-s jogszabály is. Szervezeti egységek, tevékenységek, számviteli szétválasztás stb.

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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Blanka Nagy: unbundling = "The process of taking over a large company with several different lines of business, and then, while retaining the core business, selling off the subsidiaries to help fund the takeover"
2 hrs

agree  Andras Szekany
3 hrs

agree  Istvan Nagy
19 hrs

agree  Peter Szabo (X)
14 days
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