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Meaning of "knowledge-based" - Business English Dictionary

knowledge-based

adjective
 
 
( also knowledge-driven)
used to describe a company, job, etc. that is based on the use of ideas and information: The country has the foundations of a knowledge-based economy, because of its high investment in education. They want to attract high quality knowledge-driven projects into the UK.
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