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DTI

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishDTIDTI /ˌdiː tiː ˈaɪ/ noun   the DTI
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DTIThe advent of Michael Heseltine at the DTI unleashed a torrent of words on the Government's new, active approach.Administrative and clerical errors by the DTI between 1975 and 1981 meant that the Clowes business was unlicensed.Other than these disclosures, the DTI may also take action towards disqualification or prosecute on other Companies Act offences.It is up to government to finance and provide it - but as far from the DTI as possible.It is well known that the DTI is concerned about the impact of regulation on very small companies.Well, the DTI is at this moment considering giving money to keep Huerter, one of his main rivals, going.The DTI still has a long way to go before it can seriously contest the Treasury's hegemony over matters economic.
From Longman Business DictionaryDTIDTIORGANIZATIONS abbreviation for DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY
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