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Definition of

TCS

Tax abbr

Australian program for reduced duties on some imports Tariff Concession Scheme: a system operated by the Australian government in which imported goods that have no locally produced equivalent attract reduced duties

TCS - Related Articles
  • Simon Earp

    Biographies

    Simon Earp is director of corporate development and director of the University of Edinburgh Business School’s part-time MBA program. He has a BSc Dip. Marketing and obtained his management science degree at Warwick University. In addition to running several TCS programs he has overall responsibility

  • Outsourcing and the Banks

    Best Practice

    High-profile examples here include Barclays Bank’s outsourcing arrangement with Accenture, and Citibank’s outsourcing operations, which it sold to the Indian outsourcing giant, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), in October 2008 in a deal worth US$505 million.
    By Shamus Rae

  • Challenges in Management Skills Development

    Viewpoints

    Simon Earp is director of corporate development and director of the University of Edinburgh Business School’s part-time MBA program. He has a BSc Dip. Marketing and obtained his management science degree at Warwick University. In addition to running several TCS programs he has overall responsibility
    By Simon Earp, Eddie Cochrane

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

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