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    Question 'company-specific uncertainty' vs 'specific uncertainty of a company'

    Hi! everyone. I'd like to ask one question. Any one can tell me what I wrote is right.
    "company-specific uncertainty" -- I think the phrase is right, but I don't know the following express the same meaning.
    " specific uncertainty of a company"


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    Re: 'company-specific uncertainty' vs 'specific uncertainty of a company'

    Quote Originally Posted by chenyan View Post
    Hi! everyone. I'd like to ask one question. Any one can tell me what I wrote is right.
    "company-specific uncertainty" -- I think the phrase is right, but I don't know the following express the same meaning.
    " specific uncertainty of a company"
    "company-specific uncertainty" and "specific uncertainty of a company" don't mean the same.

    company specific uncertainty means, each company has its own uncertainty: it is specific to each company.

    specific uncertainty of a company means one specific uncertainty of a company.

    if you want to get the same meaning use it like this:
    uncertainty specific of a company

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