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A strategic business unit.‘pricing for products sold might be an area that differs by division or SBU’
- ‘The Managing Board consists of seven members: the Chairman, the CFO of the Group, and five members who lead the SBUs as the responsible CEOs.’
- ‘These are very different from our international customers and, given that, it is more logical for us to treat this geography as a single SBU.’
- ‘Its industry-related SBU is engaged in the manufacture and marketing of electric motors of various types.’
- ‘The Group is structured in five Strategic Business Units [SBU].’
- ‘We are trying to make each employee at Haier work like an SBU, a strategic business unit.’
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