Four-firm concentration ratio

 

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Four-firm concentration ratio

The percent of an industry's sales that accrue to the largest four firms, a measure of industrial concentration.



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Industrial concentration

Industrial concentration

The extent to which a small number of firms dominates an industry, often measured by the four-firm concentration ratio. Concentration is, in effect, the opposite of competition, though in an open economy imports complicate the relationship.


Concentration account

Concentration account

A single centralized account into which funds collected at regional locations (lockboxes) are transferred.


Concentration

Concentration

See industrial concentration.


Concentration services

Concentration services

Movement of cash from different lockbox locations into a single concentration account from which disbursements and investments are made.




 
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