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B2B

An Internet strategy of dealing directly with businesses, rather than consumers, i.e. business to (2) business.

Business-to-Business

A transaction conducted between a business and another business. For example, a publisher may sell books to a retailer, ship it to him/her, and receive payment without the books ever going to their end users (i.e. readers). The term is often associated with e-commerce, that is, with business-to-business transactions over the Internet.
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The BTB zone at RTO Rawalpindi has also issued notices to the unregistered educational institutions.
Mr Roberts said: "Scotland is officially bTB free, while the total number of animals slaughtered due to a bTB incident in England in the 12 months to end April 2018 decreased by 7% on the previous year."
While working at the Animal & Plant Health Agency, the pair determined the genetic composition of bTB bacteria before establishing the protein combinations that can differentiate between vaccinated and diseased cattle.
They agreed to extend cooperation in holding awareness and enforcement camps of BTB Zone in their respective areas.
The BTB movement grew out of a grassroots campaign, All of Us or None, by organizers at Legal Services for Prisoners with Children.
be killed having cases bTB That's an increase of more than 2.4m since 2010 - when 7.4m cattle were tested.
BTB said the acquisition is in line with its strategic review where it is selling its smaller properties while purchasing larger properties maximizing financial performance.
Bovine tuberculosis (bTB), caused by Mycobacterium bovis, is an important disease affecting the agricultural economy of Thailand and is associated with public health risks as a zoonotic disease [1].
One proposed way to help ex-offenders find employment and thereby reduce recidivism is "ban the box" (BTB) legislation that forbids employers from including a criminal-record check box on job applications.
A currently popular policy remedy to this problem is "Ban-TheBox" (BTB)--prohibiting employers from asking about criminal history (the notorious "Have you been convicted of a crime?" checkbox) on initial job applications.
BTB, one of Bulgaria's leading women's fashion companies, has opened a textile factory in Vinica in which a hundred people got employed.