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    A company has obtained from a certain person a concession that empowers ........

    Hello everybody!

    A company has obtained from a certain person a concession that empowers it to perform special production.

    What I mean is that a company has obtained from a certain person a concession and the concession empowers the company to perform special production. Is the sentence idiomatic or should I use a licence instead of a concession?

    Is it all well formulated?

    Thank you.
    Last edited by bhaisahab; 29-Jul-2015 at 20:37. Reason: Normalise the font.

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    Re: A company has obtained from a certain person a concession that empowers ........

    Consider changing it to:
    "A company has obtained a concession from a certain person which allows it to make special products."


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