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Financial terms starting with "I"

1. Indian Rupee

2. Intermodal Transport

3. impact fee

4. International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

5. insider (of corporate debtor)

6. invoicing

7. inconvertible currency

8. indemnity payments

9. Implicit tax

10. International Petroleum Exchange

11. Intellectual Capital

12. Injunctive Relief

13. Identity Theft

14. insulation fastener

15. insider

16. International Civil Servants

17. interlocutory appeal

18. IDS

19. Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs)

20. IRMA

21. investment return

22. Inactive Bond Crowd

23. Investor’s Benchmark

24. Intercompany transaction

25. issuance date

26. investment value

27. interference fit

28. immunity

29. In-quota Tariff

30. imputed value or imputed income

31. Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)

32. ICGS

33. Immaterial

34. Internet bank

35. Inner Pack

36. In Point

37. Import Quotas

38. institutional sale

39. International Fisher Effect (IFE)

40. Index Of Consumer Confidence

41. inflation-proof security

42. Interconnection / Interconnection Charge

43. inactive

44. Investment grade

45. innocent purchaser

46. Interbank Market, International

47. International Labour Standards

48. Internal SNA Satellite Account

49. International Banking Business Data

50. interest-elastic investment

51. immediate annuity

52. Immigrant Visa

53. illegally

54. Inspections

55. Inland Revenue

56. Illiterate Person

57. international currency exchange rate

58. incorporation by reference

59. Intraday

60. impeller

61. Item List

62. installment loan

63. Item Response Rate

64. Immediate or canceled order (IOC order)

65. in the money

66. International fund

67. IDA

68. Income bond

69. Incoterms

70. indicate

71. In-the-money option

72. Inland Waterways Passenger Transport Link

73. interrelated claims provisions

74. implied listing

75. interest rate spread

76. increment

77. Ichimoku Kinko Hyo

78. Itemized Deductions

79. independent practice association (IPA)

80. Industrial Action

81. Investment Adviser Registration Depository

82. IE

83. interest rate on debt

84. interest expense

85. Implied repo rate

86. involuntary trust

87. Inflation risk

88. intervals

89. Interest cost

90. industrial court

91. I-I page

92. inter-bank market

93. inner city

94. interrupter feed-through receptacle

95. interest rate collar

96. informed consent

97. Initial Public Offering

98. Industry Risk

99. insurance line

100. Individual Consumption Expenditure By Households

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Franchised Monopoly

Categories: Business and Management,

A government-granted monopoly. The most important reason for the government granting a monopoly is in the case of the product or service being a natural monopoly, i.e. unable to sustain more than one producer. This is usually the case when very large economy of scale is needed to make production efficient (so the marginal cost of producing each additional unit is very low). Thus, given the huge scale of production needed for efficiency, it could be that the entire market demand would be fulfilled by a single efficient producer, making it unfeasible to have a second producer in the market. Thus, the government may decide to simply give a producer a monopoly, so that the producer is convinced of the fact that there is adequate market to achieve efficient scale. A government may also choose to grant monopolies in special conditions such as when they want to encourage a specific kinds of innovation (patents are effectively a government-granted monopoly), give preference to a producer who might also be involved in community development activities etc.

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