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Development spending has always been a postponable item.
Many marketers whose profits have been hurt by economic events have been forced to cut ad budgets, as ad program expenses are more postponable than other fixed or locked-in expenses,' Robert J.
In addition, there is the Treasury pressure, acute at the moment, to look critically at all avoidable or postponable expenditure (there is a war, of uncertain scope and duration, to be paid for).
Automobiles, classified as durable (sometimes luxurious durable), are not recession-proof since consumption is postponable.
35] And, they had not been sent to relay messages or to restrain the partisans; they were commissioned to coordinate and/or lead the no longer postponable eruption.
And it temporarily redirects energy away from digestive, reproductive, and other postponable operations, making more energy available for physical maneuvering, such as flight.
I was led to it by my finally getting around to reading through (one of those postponable masterpieces) James's The American Scene, published the same year.
It is well known that the true NPV of a postponable investment project can be greater than the project's conventional or basic NPV, calculated by discounting all the project's cash flows at current discount rates.
First, consumer expenditures on durable goods are more sensitive to economic conditions than other consumer expenditures because they typically are postponable and acquired on credit.
In a total-dimensional pitch space, with all its endless aspects of phenomena, there are equally endless possibilities of choice, for which there are an equally great number of necessities (or none, or postponable ones); this also means a sequence of arbitrary actions, even within the rules of choice or their compulsory forms (which sublimate or disrupt eternity).
The other alternative, assuming the purchase of equipment was not postponable and the net cash inflow from operations was expected to be minimal, would be to secure a source of significant new financing.
And, in the light of more recent economic circumstances, had the industry adopted a more conservative approach to capacity expansion it would have been better able to weather the current recession where the purchase of brown and white goods has been eminently postponable.
Whatever costs are postponable are likely to go by the boards (Skryzcki 1988).