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1 With tight restrictions (having existed since 2004, still active in 2010), the resulting number of enterprises is not comparable to the size class results from Structural Business Statistics (SBS).
2 All enterprises up to 5 years old with average annualised growth greater than 20% per annum, over a three year period, should be considered as gazelles. Gazelles are the subset of high-growth enterprises which are up to five years old.
3 All enterprises with average annualised growth greater than 20% per annum, over a three year period should be considered as high-growth enterprises. Growth can be measured by the number of employees or by turnover.
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