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strategic

adjective
 
 
/strəˈtiːdʒɪk/ (also strategical) MANAGEMENT
relating to the way in which an organization, country, etc. decides what it wants to achieve and plans actions and use of resources over time to do this: The company has grown through strategic acquisitions which have taken them into new markets.strategic goal/objective/priority A company must define its strategic objectives.strategic decision/initiative/review The new CEO carried out a strategic review of the management structure. a strategic move/position
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