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Oct 25, 2014 19:22
In our company’s management meeting, a word “organic” is often used in Japanese directly.
It’s a kind of trendy words among us.
The word means the ordinary situation without an outside resource such as M&A.
For example of using it, “our organic growth strategy for 2015 is ,,,,,.”
Also, in-organic is used often as an opposite word.
I heard the word in our meeting for the first time last year.
I wonder if it is a common business word in English.