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being one hundred more than two hundred

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Cash Conversion Cycle (CCC): CCC measures the length of time between when a firm buys a product from a supplier and the collection of payments from customers for that product.
Under this solution, the treasurer has extended the DPO, reduced the cash conversion cycle and improved free cash flow while maintaining good relations with the supplier.
Therefore, this study aims to examine the relationship between the cash conversion cycle and economic value added in Tehran Stock Exchange.
Cash conversion cycle is a comprehensive performance measure used for reviewing the ability of companies in managing their capital.
Working capital remains on par with historical levels at 10% of revenue with cash conversion cycle days of 46.
Cash Conversion Cycle: Improvement of 42 days In 2Q08, B2W's cash conversion cycle was 92 days against 134 days in the same period of the preceding year.
In addition to managing costs, incentives are in place to better manage working capital which led to a 5 day reduction in the cash conversion cycle in both 2008 and 2009.
This time period, known as the cash conversion cycle, is a critical component of dealer health.
Cash Conversion Cycle: Improvement of 32 days In 1Q08, B2W's cash conversion cycle was 90 days against 122 days in the same period of the preceding year.
Fitch anticipates free cash flow will decline substantially in 2010, although still remain positive, as improved operating profits partially offset increased working capital needs and an expected slightly longer cash conversion cycle.
Cash Conversion Cycle: Improvement of 31 days In 4Q07, B2W's cash conversion cycle was 76 days against 107 days in the same period of the preceding year.
During this period, the cash conversion cycle was reduced by 10 days, and a goal has been set for another 10 day reduction by the end of 2012.
Brightstar also announced Oscar Fumagali has taken a newly created role as corporate treasurer and cash conversion cycle officer.
Following a five day reduction in the cash conversion cycle in 2008, our employees achieved another five day reduction in 2009.
In addition to cost controls and headcount reductions, which we expect will result in cost savings of $1 billion in 2008, we intend to significantly improve our cash conversion cycle and our return on invested capital.