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syndicate in Business basics topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsyndicatesyn‧di‧cate1 /ˈsɪndəkət/ noun [countable]  BBa group of people or companies who join together in order to achieve a particular aimsyndicate of a syndicate of banks
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syndicateShe was the publicist for a syndicate of galleries in Soho, an impresario of special events.The debt will be funded through a syndicate of New Zealand and overseas financial institutions.After the syndicate earned back the $ 25,000, the brothers and the syndicate would share equally in the proceeds.Especially because they usually split the take with the syndicates who sell and service their output.The syndicates see these women as easy candidates to force into the sex trade.syndicate ofa syndicate of banks