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|German term or phrase: 1999e|
|The "word" appears in a series of PPT slides about a PR firm that helps other companies go public. Right above it, sales figures for 1998 are given. I'm assuming that the "e" next to 1999 when discussing its sales figures means that the number shown is an estimate. Any confirmation on that or other explanations?|
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The "e" is often used in economic statistics or company financials, a an abbreviation for "estimated". It means the figures are projected.
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