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corporate memory

noun [U]     specialized
the combined knowledge and experience of a company's employees 公司记忆(员工对公司的了解和认识) Corporate memory loss is a major problem for some businesses who cut their staff in the early 1990s. 对于一些在20世纪90年代初裁员的公司来说,公司记忆的失去是一个大问题。 Memory and memoriesBusiness and commerce - general words
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