1. 3. : A financial institution that collects deposits from the public and extends credit to businesses and households.
  2. 8. : selling part of the production of goods or services in the other country
  3. 11. : A sharp downturn in general economic activity.
  4. 13. : a person who starts a business
  5. 14. : Rising prices of goods and services.
  6. 17. : a situation in which one supplier has an exclusive position on a product or service offered to a multitude of buyers.
  7. 18. : In economics, this refers to rivalry between several agents for the same market.
  8. 19. : periodic payment, paid by an employer to a salaried employee
  9. 20. : Excess of expenditure over earnings.
  1. 1. : It is a fraction of the capital of a listed company
  2. 2. : the sum of a company's sales of goods or services over an accounting period.
  3. 4. : decrease in the general price level
  4. 5. : Situation of a business owner who cannot pay his debts, keep his commitments.
  5. 6. : Also called a firm, it is an organisation whose purpose is to produce and supply goods or services to a set of customers.
  6. 7. : entry into a country of goods or services from another country
  7. 9. : an immediate expenditure intended to increase the wealth of the person incurring it in the long term
  8. 10. : to be prudent in spending, to set aside money for a particular purpose.
  9. 12. : It is a practice to record all the flows, expenses and revenues of the company.
  10. 15. : means the positive change in the production of goods and services in an economy over a given period.
  11. 16. : the situation of a person who wants to work and has the capacity to do so, but finds himself or herself jobless in spite of searching.