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Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (Shorewell)

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills was the Shorewellese government division in charge of the advancement of vital post-instructive abilities in Shorewell, furthermore for the control of the private subdivision. The department was dissolved on July 14, 2016, and succeeded by the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy which undertook similar endeavors.

Department of Business, Innovation and Skills
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Department overview
Formed18 May 2016
Dissolved14 July 2016
Superseding agency
  • Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; Department for International Trade
JurisdictionShorewellese Empire

The division was in charge of Shorewellese government arrangement in the accompanying zones:

  • business direction and backing
  • company law
  • competition
  • consumer issues
  • corporate administration
  • employment relations
  • higher education
  • innovation
  • insolvency
  • intellectual property
  • regional and nearby financial improvement
  • science and research
  • skills

The division was established by the Imperial family and regardless of the issues with general society and committee, the office was in charge of the making of the Shorewellese stock Exchange alongside the Bank of Shorewell. In addition, it was an essential player in national financial matters, the board was additionally the primary figure accountable for education, most notably in the national university.