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Synonyms for conglomerate

Synonyms for conglomerate

a composite rock made up of particles of varying size

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a group of diverse companies under common ownership and run as a single organization

composed of heterogeneous elements gathered into a mass

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Several bankers told the Inquirer that this could tighten the amount that banks could lend to conglomerates because old parameters were under review.
President Moon Jae-in is planning to meet with the heads of South Korea's major conglomerates next week, Cheong Wa Dae said Friday, to discuss ways to revitalize the economy.
In a statement here, the central bank said Aznan would be responsible for the Payments Oversight, Financial Conglomerates Supervision, Banking Supervision, Insurance and Takaful Supervision as well as Risk Specialist and Technology Supervision Departments.
At the forum, titled "Future of Business: Next Wave of Disruptions and Opportunities," Zobel said the pace of change today is rapid, which is why companies and conglomerates must transform and invest in innovative solutions that can improve ways of doing business.
Matrix-Supporter Conglomerates Facies, Clast-Supported Conglomerate Facies, Claystone-Conglomerate Facies, Claystone Facies, Massive Clay Facies, Massive Sandstone Facies and Pebbly-Sandstone Facies.
South Korean conglomerates Samsung Group and LG Group are already preparing for their yearly restructuring and reshuffle of top executives.
Danang has recently witnessed the first training workshop on the Financial Conglomerates Supervision in Vietnam under the framework of Project VIE/032 Capacity Building in Finance Sector.
South Korea`s government has called for reform of the country`s family-owned conglomerates, known as chaebols.
The country's powerful family-run conglomerates are implementing generational succession amid growing calls from the government and public to improve transparency and corporate governance.
Conglomerates in countries such as South Korea and India never lost their dominant positions.
Specifically, a revaluation of the French morphological tradition (Darmesteter, Benveniste, Guilbert) as to conglomerates leads to reconsider a delocutive addition to the "lexicogenic matrices" for the English language put forward by Tournier (1988) to account for neologisms/ word-formation in English.
Global Banking News-June 26, 2015--Indonesian central bank to issue rules to manage risks at financial conglomerates
In developed countries, conglomerates are dying fast.
The Joint Forum has today released its report on supervisory colleges for financial conglomerates.
arise because, under this structure, financial conglomerates act for