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From Longman Business Dictionaryunbundleun‧bun‧dle /ʌnˈbʌndl/ verb [transitive]MARKETING1to provide products or services separately that were previously sold togetherSky TV refused to unbundle its programme package to allow the cable companies to offer customers channels of their choice.2to separate activities that were previously managed together, usually in order to sell themThe company is expected to unbundle some of its Zimbabwe goldmining interests to local investors.unbundling noun [countable, uncountable]The complex unbundling will divide the group into 13 different companies.corporate unbundlings
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