depreciation

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a lowering in price or value

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fixed capital plus capital consumption adjustment), foreign
Compare these capital consumption figures to those of such prominent U.
In economic accounts, depreciation, or capital consumption, is the quantity subtracted from gross domestic product to obtain net domestic product.
Net investment may also be mismeasured because of errors in estimating capital consumption allowances.
Since the conclusion of the 1981-82 recession, corporate after-tax profits, adjusted for inventory valuation and capital consumption, have grown slightly more than twofold to $195 billion.
SAS enabled us to quickly and efficiently calculate capital consumption on the majority of those asset lines.
The planned steps will affect a number of operations across the RBI Group, in particular those areas which generate low returns, have high capital consumption or are of limited strategic fit.
China's lack of maturity in many of the industrial markets would indicate the potential to develop and dominate, especially in sectors including mobile phones, a sector increasing at 25 per cent annually, and beer, which was underutilised, with 237 million hectolitres brewed in 2002 and a per capital consumption of 18 litres compared to 100 litres in Europe.
Internal sources of funds include profits after dividend payments, capital consumption allowances, foreign earnings (foreign branch profits, subsidiary profits retained abroad and remitted), and an inventory valuation adjustment plus a capital consumption adjustment to put profits on a current cost basis.
It is necessary to ensure the grain processing, warehousing and distribution safely to meet the consumption market, especially the capital consumption market.
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