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English definition of “non-core”

non-core

adjective [before noun] ( also noncore)
 
 
FINANCE a non-core activity, business, etc. is one that a company does not really need or consider the most important: Volvo sold its non-core businesses to focus on cars and trucks. non-core assets/investments/holdings They are still negotiating on which jobs are considered non-core.
(Definition of non-core from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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