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capital budgeting

[′kap·ət·əl ′bəj·əd·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
Planning the most effective use of resources to obtain the highest possible level of sustained profits.
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At the meeting of Stirling Council on February 21 2019 I proposed a amendment to remove the Viewforth Link Road from the council's motion for the capital budget for 2019-20, My amendment was defeated.
o.148 trillion of the capital budget was spent in 11 months, which is 56 per cent of the revised capital expenditure.
Lawmakers in Olympia have reached an agreement and passed the state's 2019-21 biennial capital budget.
The FY2020 capital budget, set at US$86 million, provides financing for capital projects for building facilities and IT.
In mid-March, Republican members of the state Building Commission rejected every single spending proposal Evers had placed in his $2.5 billion capital budget. That plan called for spending more than twice what's authorized the last capital budget approved under Evers' predecessor, Scott Walker.
Earthstone has set its 2019 capital budget, which assumes a one-rig operated program and non-operated activities as currently proposed by operators, for its acreage in the Midland Basin as well as anticipated activity on its operated Eagle Ford acreage.
He explained that human capital development, social services, including education and health were allocated N39.14 billion, representing 41 per cent of the capital budget.
may adjust its five-year capital budget to allow it to accelerate the construction of the Yapak sewage treatment plant as part of the rehabilitation efforts in the island.
Oman-based Strategic and Precious Metals Processing (SPMP) has increased the capital budget for developing the Oman antimony roaster project in Sohar to $96 million, said a report.
470,018.964 505,895.405 481,653.344 B-CURRENT CAPITAL BUDGET (A/c-I)
In order to meet the immense physical demands brought about by a growing economy, the City of New York must revamp the way it plans, pays for, and builds its vast network of roads, bridges, transit, schools, and other vital infrastructure systems, according to Building a Better NYC Capital Budget, a policy report released by the New York Building Congress in conjunction with its research, educational, and philanthropic arm, the New York Building Foundation.