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Thread: issues

    • Join Date: Jul 2005
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    could you please explain what the word "issues" means in the following sentence:

    We intend to avoid negative consequences connected with taking up new issues by our marketing department that could negativelly influence deliveries to our active customers.

    Thanks a lot!


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    Re: issues

    I think it might be clearer as "issues raised by our marketing..."; equally it may be some term relating to a form of information produced by the marketing department [[leaflets issued/brochures issued]]. It is a case of knowing if the company concerned uses its own jargon.

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