Traducción de demerge en Español:


escindir, v.

Pronunciación /diˈmərdʒ//diːˈməːdʒ/

verbo transitivo


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    • In the event that the merger has proceeded, however, it is unlikely that an order for it to be demerged would be made.
    • It would almost certainly mean that one of the new demerged businesses would become less attractive to a potential purchaser.
    • The management plans to demerge the bar/night club business from the intellectual property side once both businesses have reached critical mass.
    • One of his first tasks will be to demerge the electrical division.
    • The evaluation summary also stated that, in almost all cases, if a borough demerged its residents would be taxed more heavily for the same services.
    • But in the wake of global collapse in silicon chip prices, the business was demerged earlier this year.
    • Despite the prospect of a much tougher trading environment, plans to demerge its property assets have provided a support for the share price.
    • When this is demerged the operation will have relatively little debt shackling it.
    • One obvious example of this linkage is when a company chooses to demerge one or a group of its businesses.
    • The last stage of its exit from the old business will be complete once its pubs and bars are demerged.
    • Earlier this year he caused a storm when he said he would re-examine whether the company should be split up by demerging its wholesale and retail arms.
    • It has more than fulfilled that fundamental aim and in reality, the EU has been moving to demerge subsidies from farm production.
    • In fact bid rumours have been constantly circling ever since it first announced the plan to demerge the company last year.
    • That document announced plans to take the glass making business private and demerge it from the public company.
    • Those who know him believe that if he could deliver more value for shareholders by demerging the group's two divisions - food, and home and personal care - he would do so.