And no one can do it because, apparently, it's capital intensive
MANILA, Philippines The capital intensive
nature of the telecommunication and real estate businesses has kept their earnings below that of the food and beverage and retail sectors, an academic research study showed.
However, some analysts claim that Free Cash Flow better captures capital intensity, and is a better measure of performance in capital intensive
industries (Tole, McCord, & Pugh, 1992).
Medium-tech industries are primarily capital intensive
and resource processing and high-tech industries are mainly capital and technology intensive.
Out of all the 23 industries considered, capital intensive
industries, followed by labor intensive, intermediate capital intensive
and ultra labor intensive constituted high share in exports, imports and wages during the study period.
As capital intensive
manufacturing companies strive to get the most from their investments, they can use technology to take an integrated approach to operation, monitoring, and control of their manufacturing facilities.
The business of operating an auto retailing business has become much more capital intensive
with respect to facilities requirements today," said Brodie L.
If they become easier and less capital intensive
to process, then that will certainly help the smaller operators work profitably," he says.
Oil companies are capital intensive
and are not large employers.
Second, the business community may split between capital intensive
and labor intensive sectors and deny the provision needed uniformity in business support.
We are a capital intensive
industry and our survival is based on our ability to maximize return on our assets.
As real estate operating companies typically must distribute all of their net income, and they operate in a capital intensive
business, growth must be funded externally.