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CAPEX

or capex  (kăp′ĕks′)
abbr.
capital expenditure

capex

(ˈkæpˈɛks)
n
(Banking & Finance) short for capital expenditure
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583 billion higher than the capex it applied for the 2017 regulatory year, will be spent mainly on enhancing the distribution network meant to handle the continued growth in electricity demand.
Cu reported that Globe had progressively increased its capex spending since 2015.
Its 2018 capex is aligned with the telco's vision to enable the Philippines to have first world Internet connectivity.
Majority of the company's capex for 2018 is geared to meet customer demand for more bandwidth-intensive content, which, in turn, will support the revenue momentum of our data-related services,' Globe president and chief executive officer Ernest Cu said.
The aggregate capex of 16 states has surged nearly 47% to Rs 56,100 crore, data sourced by Religare Capital Markets (RCML) from the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) showed.
Dell'Oro Group has released findings of a study that reveals telco emphasis on wireline CAPEX in the first half of 2016 was not enough to offset declining wireless investments, the company said.
However, following an ongoing review in response to the lower oil prices and commodity market's soft conditions, the capex has significantly shrunk to approximately $3bn.
As per the initial Bankable Feasibility Study, the CAPEX for Line 6 Expansion Project - comprising the construction of a sixth pot line and Power Station 5 - was estimated at US$ 3.
Alba's chief executive officer Tim Murray said: "We are pleased to arrive at a lower capex as that will reduce the debt burden when financing the construction of the sixth pot line and Power Station 5.
Most PSU heads assured Chidambaram of meeting the capex target for this fiscal.
In fiscal year 2012-13, the CAPEX plans of 17 CPSEs were identified for close monitoring.
Company management reiterated its objective to cut capex on 3G in 2013, spending 20% of sales on capital investments, driven by LTE network build-out (FY12 capex-to-sales ratio stands at 23%), as agressive 3G-expansion already peaked in the past years.