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大企業, だいきぎょう

  • daikigyō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • large company
  • enterprise

Examples of 大企業,だいきぎょう in a Sentence

The company was absorbed into a big business.
Causing competitors to fail, obtaining confidential information, something that big business just can't do without - high risk but at the same time high return work.
The large firms in the industry call all the shots.
Small businesses are often absorbed by a major company.
My elder brother got a position in a big business.
The bureaucrats maintain solid ties with the gigantic corporations.
He has always associated with large enterprises.
Capital investments planned by major Japanese businesses for this year have been revised upward in view of an improving economic outlook.

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