|Person or company that acts for another and provides a specified service.
|Arrangement between two or more people or companies.
|Lowest possible price.
|Engagement or undertaking: to commit oneself.
|Each party gives up certain demands in order to reach an agreement.
|A stipulation or requirement which must be fulfilled.
|Written agreement between two or more parties.
|Offer made in response to an offer by the other party.
|Having the opposite effect to that intended.
|A business transaction.
|Reduction in price.
|Approximate calculation of the cost.
|Equipment (for example, parking facilities).
|Possible, something that can be done.
|Find a solution; calculate or estimate the cost.
|Practical knowledge or skill.
|A way of entering a foreign market by joining with a foreign company to manufacture or market a product or service.
|Discuss a business deal in order to reach an agreement.
|Draw attention to something (for example, the advantages of your proposal).
|Course of action, or plan, put forward for consideration: to make a proposal.
|Give an estimated price (a quotation).
|A selection of products sold by a company.
|Reduction or discount.
|Provide customers with goods or services.
|Person or company that supplies goods or services.
|A written offer to execute work or supply goods at a fixed price.
|Equipment ready for use or operation (for example, a plant or factory).
|Make too low an estimate of something (cost, danger, difficulty).
|Calculate (the price of something); find a solution.