Definition of going concern in English:

going concern

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  • A business that is operating and making a profit: trying to sell the business as a going concern
    More example sentences
    • The bank would have been justified in combining the accounts although the company's business was still a going concern at that time.
    • The receiver will now sell the company's food businesses as a going concern.
    • Offers of over €800,000 are sought for the business as a going concern.

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