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cash discount

Commerce a discount granted to a purchaser who pays before a stipulated date
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Combining other initiatives such as the multi-party shareholder sustainable forest license system, which is to help reduce red tape and streamline the approval process, there is an expected cash reduction of another dollar, bringing delivery wood costs down by $5 per cubic metre.
Moffett had told clubs to accept the pay offer or face a substantial cash reduction into the game.
As a result of that change, the company recorded a one-time cash reduction in earnings of about $3.4 million or $0.15 per diluted share.
The company reported negative FCF of approximately USD5.0 billion, which was partially offset by the receipt of government support totaling approximately USD3.2 billion for a total cash reduction of USD2.0 billion, for first-half 2019.
A few years ago I advised that Stockton/Middlesbrough and Redcar present a united front to Governments laissez-faire cash reduction policies; by mass resignation and challenging governments to put in "caretakers" to implement government savage policies and take political flak.
The council's budget for 2014-15 was cut by 4.6% by the Welsh Government in October, although the actual cash reduction was 5.1%.
The biggest cash reduction was in London with a fall of 825 in the real value of the average full-time wage since 2010 and the biggest percentage fall was in the South East with a 7.8% fall over the past three years.
Councils will also see a -7.4% cash reduction to their general capital budget next year alone with a further 11.5% in 2013-14.
A spokeswoman said: "The Welsh settlement is significantly better than that for England but still entails an average 1.4% year-on-year cash reduction in resources and remains very challenging.
Meanwhile, Tayside Police are set to offer staff voluntary redundancy and early retirement in a bid to slash costs Chief Constable Justine Curran, said: "We are looking to identify a cash reduction in the force budget of 13 per cent over three years, which equates to pounds 9million."
This is a cash reduction over three years, so the cut in real terms will be even higher after inflation.
A full meeting of Stock-Stock ton Council was told the rise was needed as the authority faces a 43% cash reduction in Government funding from PS120m in 2010/11 to PS68m in 2015/16.