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due diligence

Research; analysis; your homework. This term has caught on in all industries, because it sounds so "wired." Who would want to do analysis or research when they can do due diligence. See wired.
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Annan chairman Henry McClelland, whose appeal to the SFL board not to act in haste over due dilligence had created the atmosphere of uncertainty, said: "We asked for clarity on the clubs in the Second and Third Division as to what our worst-case scenario is the best case and probably the most likely.
According to the insider, TTK, which is a unit of the country's state-run railway carrier Russian Railways, has already conducted due dilligence on the company.
Global Banking News-June 6, 2012--Isbank receives permission for due dilligence of HSBC Pakistan(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
The South African investor is conducting the due dilligence at present and more details would be avaibale after its completion, the official added.
Geoff Moss and Ian Roberts stand by their commitment not to allow administration during the due dilligence period, and the club are taking legal advice following these comments.
The pollution of the drainage systems is now a criminal offence and it is up to each producer to examine his discharge and do due dilligence.
Is the market right for this product or service Do I have a team that can manage this Is the industry supply chain available to help support me Why do I want to be in business Then therea€™s the due dilligence of having a go-to-market strategy too.
Last but not least, South Sudan needs to take due dilligence to avoid falling victim to global financial piracy.
We are in the process of due dilligence and hopefully we'll get something sorted out.
OGL will undertake due dilligence in the next two months before signing a formal agreement with the joint venture partners.
The proposal is in preliminary stage only and has not reached the stage for initiating the process of due dilligence,' Kamat said.
Carol agrees, they are not pleased with this portion, and suggests that due dilligence should be written into the bill.