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après écart d'acquisition

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13:22 Jul 26, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
French term or phrase: après écart d'acquisition
I would appreciate someone translating both of the following two.(I'm stumped) The context is a company discussing it's profits
1. un taux de renouvellement annuel de la gamme de 60%.
2.après écart d'acquisition
Derek Johnson
English translation:Se below
Explanation:
a 60% annual turnover of its line (of whatever it is involved in)
acquisition (price) differential (lots of hits on Yahoo for acquisition differential. Differential is often the right translation for écart, along with deviation.
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narenewal rate/after goodwill
Béatrice Huret-Morton
naSe belowxxxrnoel


  

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Se below


Explanation:
a 60% annual turnover of its line (of whatever it is involved in)
acquisition (price) differential (lots of hits on Yahoo for acquisition differential. Differential is often the right translation for écart, along with deviation.

xxxrnoel
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renewal rate/after goodwill


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Béa

Béatrice Huret-Morton
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