group-wide


group-wide
group-wide UK US /ˌgruːpˈwaɪd/ adjective, adverb MANAGEMENT, HR
affecting all parts of a business group: »

The chief executive has set group-wide targets to reduce costs in each of its businesses.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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