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zero-based budgetingnoun [U]

( abbreviation ZBB) uk   us   ACCOUNTING
a method for business budgets in which all costs are considered again each year, and each department must say why it needs the amount it asks for: Zero-based budgeting asks managers to examine the services they are required to deliver and then build up their cost structure from scratch.
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