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QSQT
 n.— «“After the economic reforms, the com[p]etition is far greater, and like the west, there is pressure for every quarter’s results…” “The QSQT phenomena as they call it, quarter se, quarter tak.” “Absolutely. Without profits we have no right to exist, so I’m not against profits. But that’s not the only thing.”» —“Walk the Talk” by Anu Aga, Shekhar Gupta Financial Express (Mumbai, India) Oct. 12, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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