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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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It is the result of a comprehensive research carried out keeping in mind the different parameters and trends dominating the global Fixed Asset Tracking Software market.
Furthermore, treating fixed asset management as an enabler of digital transformation, says the report, will allow telecommunication service providers to drive operational efficiency gains across business functions and facilitate short-term, tactical and strategic decision-making.
Real Asset Management (RAM), an MRI Software Company, is a leading provider of fixed asset management and logistics software & services.
The company poured funds in research and development as well as in fixed asset investments because it has been keen to invest more in advanced technology to maintain its lead over its peers in the global market.
Ares EBS consultant, Yiting Chen, shared how to accurately grasp the fixed asset tax account books through E-business tools, and explained the operation of enterprise asset maintenance and account settlement.
Fixture Finders is one of the nation's largest fixed asset disposition firms.
The tag number is the primary mechanism for identifying a fixed asset. In many cases, this approach can result in a 50 percent or lower match rate, and the auditors will have difficulty accepting the credibility of the inventory process because of the large variances.
Fixed assets - buildings (residential and non-residential),
It correctly captures the concept that the use of the fixed asset generates revenue that is used to repay the CPLTD.
China's total fixed asset investment surged 25.8% year on year to RMB 9.03 trillion in the first five months of this year, according to statistics released by the National Bureau of Statistics.
* Amount of refinancing (both bank and SBA 504) is not more than 90 percent of the current appraised value of the fixed asset collateral (otherwise, additional collateral or cash may be required to cover the deficiency); and