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identification of potential clients or customers the process of identifying people or organizations that are likely to buy a product or service

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  • Premium Prospects


    of the rest of the pack. 2010-10-22 Premium Prospects
    By James White

  • Forecasting the Credit Crunch and Future Market Prospects


    One way or another, whether because of widespread defaults or frantic efforts to reduce leverage, those borrowings represent a substantial drag on future growth prospects. In addition, there are untenable cross-border imbalances that can only be rectified through economic pain, or bone-jarring upheaval
    By Michael J. Panzner

  • Food and Agribusiness

    Sector Profiles

    The FAO’s forecast for world cereal production in 2012 (published in February 2013) estimated output of 2,302 million tonnes (including rice in milled terms), 2% down from the previous year’s record. However, the FAO says that early prospects for 2013 point to increased global wheat output

  • GCC Reinsurance Barometer No. 3

    White Papers

    Download the full white paper by clicking “Download PDF” below. Confidence in the future of the reinsurance sector in the GCC remains strong. Driven by strong economic conditions and prospects, the region continues to be perceived as one of the world’s most attractive (re)insurance growth markets, benefiting from a relatively low exposure to natural perils
    By Dr Schanz


Definitions of ’prospecting’ and meaning of ’prospecting’ are from the book publication, QFINANCE – The Ultimate Resource, © 2009 Bloomsbury Information Ltd. Find definitions for ’prospecting’ and other financial terms with our online QFINANCE Financial Dictionary.

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