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leveraged buyoutnoun [C]

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an occasion when a small company buys a larger one using money borrowed against the value of the equipment, buildings, etc. of both companies
Translations of “leveraged buyout”
in Chinese (Traditional) 槓杆收購,衡平收購…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杠杆收购,衡平收购…
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