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trade turnover

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  • turnover — 1) The total sales figure of an organization for a stated period. Turnover is defined in the UK Companies Act (1985) as the total revenue of an organization derived from the provision of goods and services, less trade discounts, VAT, and any… …   Accounting dictionary

  • Trade of Galicia — CHARACTERISTICS OF THE GALICIAN ECONOMY All cifres what it describes following are congregated in website for Internationalisation of Galician Economy, [http://www.bygalicia.eu Bygalicia] . Official Office of Galician Government: GDP Throughout… …   Wikipedia

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