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the cost of long-term improvements

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For the food business, he said the allotment for capital outlays would be P60 billion in the next three years.
22, 2009 (CENS)--Backed by the deep pocket of their parent firm Formosa Plastics Group, Nan Ya Technologies and Inotera Memories, two major DRAM (dynamic random access memory) makers, will spend NT$64 billion on capital outlay next year, 2.
The capital spending by the 3,021 firms accounts for some 25% of total capital outlays by Japanese companies, a key component of Japanese gross domestic product.
7 billion on infrastructure and other capital outlays, up 11.
Concerning corporate capital outlays, the minutes quoted a member as saying, ''Some members brushed aside a quarter-to-quarter drop in capital spending in the April-June period as being a short-lived phenomenon.
Program expansions and capital outlays continued in fiscal 2006, resulting in a projected drawdown of $13.
Diokno said disbursement growth in January to August was driven by the expansion of capital outlays as well as of current operating expenditures.
Capital outlays planned by five leading Japanese steelmakers for fiscal 1999 total 384.
The latest Department of Budget and Management (DBM) data showed that expenditures on infrastructure and other capital outlays increased 18.
8% decline in their combined capital outlays, the bank said.
The latest Department of Budget and Management data showed that expenditures on infrastructure and other capital outlays increased 18.
Leasing offers a low initial investment because large capital outlays are avoided and working capital is preserved.
End-June disbursements on infrastructure and other capital outlays increased from P229 billion a year ago and surpassed by 5.
1 million net income deficit was posted in fiscal 2004 as a result of additional agency personnel utilization and $4 million in one-time capital outlays for a new information system.
Prior to the crisis in 1983, capital outlays as a share of gross domestic product (GDP) hovered at 5 percent.
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