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working groupnoun [C]

uk   us   UK also working party
a small group of people, for example, one chosen by a government, that studies a particular problem or situation and then reports on what it has discovered and gives suggestions: A highly confidential document was distributed to all members of the working group. The President's working group on the financial markets has been holding daily conference calls to discuss the crisis.set up/establish/create a working group A joint EU-China working group will be set up to look into revising the existing exchange rate mechanism.chair/head/lead a working group A new working group, chaired by a former Bank of England director, will examine the need for more disclosure by private equity firms. The working group recommended that risk management be tightened.
(Definition of working group from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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