expression of interest Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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Meaning of "expression of interest" - Business English Dictionary

expression of interest

noun [C]
 
 
( plural expressions of interest) ( abbreviation EoI)
COMMERCE a statement by a company or investor of their intention to compete for an opportunity to do a job or become involved in a business: invite expressions of interest The Forestry Commission invites expressions of interest in forestry maintenance operations, as follows.submit/make an expression of interest Two early front runners for acquiring the bank submitted an expression of interest.
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