Absplitterung

English translation: spin-off

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German term or phrase:Absplitterung
English translation:spin-off
Entered by: Leanne Evans

20:07 Oct 5, 2005
German to English translations [PRO]
Economics
German term or phrase: Absplitterung
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Die Hypo Real Estate, eine Absplitterung der krisengeschüttelten HypoVereinsbank aus München, führt vom 6. Oktober an ihre wichtigsten Geschäftsfelder von Dublin aus
Leanne Evans
Germany
Local time: 22:30
spin-off
Explanation:
This might be the term you are looking for. It is usually a part of a company that the company wishes to be rid of, for whatever reason.
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jccantrell
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spin-off


Explanation:
This might be the term you are looking for. It is usually a part of a company that the company wishes to be rid of, for whatever reason.


    Reference: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/4411203.stm
jccantrell
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