English to Hindi Dictionary corporate


The rating assesses the average risk of payment default of corporates in the country.
a corporate company or group.
airlines are very keen on their corporate identity
of or relating to a corporation, especially a large company or group.
translation of 'corporate'
Chambers also specialises in building office furniture for the 'corporate' sector.
Because of 'corporate' change supervisory and middle management is becoming more and more interactive.
This time however the concern is the operation of such systems at the level of the 'corporate' group which is the topic of interest.
It may be that the value added by 'corporate' headquarters is small, or even negative, in many enterprises.
The presence of a controlling shareholder is a prominent feature of 'corporate' governance.
The unit offers tax relief against rental income, 'corporate' income and personal income.
Fitzgerald is promising a tough new visible policy on 'corporate' governance.
That £209m deal was the largest leveraged buyout in Scottish 'corporate' history.
When it comes to 'corporate' income taxes, it sure pays to be a multinational these days.
The 'corporate' finance sector in Ireland will continue to experience a flight to quality.
The previous year, the three men hired a 'corporate' finance house to find a buyer for the company.
The event is being billed as a must for those raising funding and for those in the 'corporate' finance business.
The big wealth gains in the second quarter came from 'corporate' equities and housing.
The large 'corporate' chains have already taken over our cities and are now infiltrating smaller towns.
If the 'corporate' slowdown results in a drop of consumer spending, then the US economy could be in real trouble.
It is understood that almost all major 'corporate' finance houses have expressed an interest.
Even in the church we have little sense of community and of 'corporate' responsibility.
The law on large exposures addresses the risks incurred by banks because they are exposed to the one customer or 'corporate' group.
The IRS says it intends to make executive pay a part of every 'corporate' audit from now on.
The unified bank will be divided into retail and 'corporate' divisions.
This legislation is concerned with 'corporate' defendants and not individuals.
Such an advisor will be from a firm of accountants, such as mine, or a 'corporate' finance boutique.
When 'corporate' performance declines, incomes moderate and tax yields suffer.
Counsel for the defendants is content to have the two 'corporate' entities treated as one and the same.
It was irrelevant in this respect whether the patentee and licensee belonged to the same 'corporate' group.
Using debt to finance a 'corporate' takeover is precisely the same as taking out a mortgage.
Yet, 'corporates' look for more than degree certificates from the young men and women whom they interview for jobs.
It is not just the big 'corporates' which are branding their products.
Cost-cutting by multinational 'corporates' also gave the serviced apartment sector a boost.
They say it is no different to other 'corporates' driven by aggressive HR policies.
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