well-managed Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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Meaning of "well-managed" - Business English Dictionary

well-managed

adjective
 
 
( also well-run)
used to describe a business, economy, etc. that is controlled in a way that produces good results: The fund is well-managed and consistent in performance.a well-managed business/company/organization They turned themselves into a well-managed company delivering reliable software to Swiss Bank Corporation. Even well-run economies found themselves locked out of funding markets by the global credit squeeze.
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