fixed capital


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fixed capital

in orthodox economic theory assets such as buildings and machinery that are bought by a firm for longterm use rather than for resale. See, CAPITAL, CONSTANT AND VARIABLE CAPITAL.
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In January-November of 2016 it was directed $13 billion to the country's fixed capital.
Gross Fixed Capital Formation###49477 UZS Billion###16-Dec###22305
4% on the year in Q3, 2014, while gross fixed capital formations went up by 4.
The total investments in the fixed capital in Kazakhstan stood at 4.
Gross fixed capital formation data have been prepared according to the European System of Accounts 2010 (ESA 2010).
However, the total fixed capital formation in the manufacturing activity rose from Dh9.
Chapters discuss the historic increase of fixed capital, the role of finance, the long-term effects of the railroad industry, the rise of "welfare capitalism" in which consolidated enterprises dared to adopt a relatively progressive attitude toward labor, the impact and legacy of the Great Depression, the Golden Age of industrial dependence, and much more.
The bill further provides that if a district has had funds transferred from its class size reduction operating categorical to an approved fixed capital outlay appropriation for class size reduction and the school district meets the class size reduction in the subsequent year, then the transfer may be reversed and moneys moved back to the class size reduction operating categorical from the fixed capital outlay appropriation for class size reduction.
Fixed capital formation plummeted as both internal and external demand for Uruguayan goods and services dropped off in 2002.
The five most critical drivers are: profitable revenue growth rate; operating income margin; effective tax rate; working capital efficiency; and fixed capital efficiency.