capital cost

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the opportunity cost of the funds employed as the result of an investment decision

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Titan Health) has won a significant contract to recover over USD$2,100,000 in capital cost expenditures made by a regional US hospital for costs incurred to build a new hospital facility.
Prasert said the most-affected industry is the textiles sector whose capital cost is 7.
In a November 2010 report of over 100 pages - and based on public records concerning actual or planned capital expenditures of several hundred different modernisation projects valued at ~$265 billion - the authors discuss typical capital costs at each main stage of the iron and steelmaking process.
Would cover pay-and-display running costs and pay back capital costs over two years.
Because economy tissue grades are commodities, capital cost per ton is vital.
An additional benefit our customers identified is the ability to grow networks in a modular fashion based on customer demands, rather than bearing the capital costs for full ring deployment to accommodate the first one or two customer locations.
Capital cost is estimated at about $6,500-7,500 per daily barrel over a period of 25 years and $4,500-5,000 over 8-10 years.
Microclimate modification has been achieved by increased insulation, using the structure's heat storage capacity, appropriate orientation, shading, natural ventilation, botanical regulation of humidity, air oxygenation and cleaning, without the capital cost and servicing associated with air-conditioning equipment.
Even with the added capital costs for the turret and multiple core sets, the Index machine will be very cost competitive with a 72-cavity system, says Koch.
The second reason is the fact that we have continued to subsidize hospitals to maintain or increase capital intensity using capital cost passthroughs.
Another consequence of the lumpiness of capital is that, relative to its size, capital cost per discharge varies more among hospitals than does operating cost per discharge.
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles characterize a capital cost as an expenditure that has a useful life greater than one year, is material in value and extends the useful life of the asset or increases its value.
For example, CELPAC in Chile wanted to reduce capital cost by eliminating the need for a package boiler by installing a huge steam accumulator.
On November 25, 1997, Tax Executives Institute filed comments with the Department of Finance proposing a legislative change in respect of the treatment of capital cost allowances (CCA) for leasehold improvements (Class 13 assets).
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