Spelling list: Business, general

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bonus The free meal at the event was a bonus.
brand The old kitchen was replaced with a brand new one. *
business Development of new business is vital to an economy.
commerce Commerce between countries is important.
economy Debt can cripple a country's economy.
equipment A machine operator installed the equipment. *
experience The cooks traveled the world to experience authentic native cuisines.
factory A consignment of goods was sent from the factory.
fund We are raising funds to build a new hospice.
goods A consignment of goods was sent from the factory.
industry Industry is the making of things in workshops and factories. *
private Do not read my private mail.
product The shop offered a wide assortment of products.
property Some officials embezzle money and property.
public The manor is now open to the public.
salary You will get a basic salary plus commission. *
trademark

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