operating expenditure

op·er·at·ing expenditure

 (ŏp′ə-rā′tĭng)
n.
1. Funds spent for normal business operations.
2. An amount of money spent in this way.
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Municipal operating expenditure on the trading services consisting of water, electricity, waste water management and waste management is budgeted to increase from R166 billion in 2016/17 to R174 billion in 2017/18.
However, the other operating expenditure (other than fuel) were increased but overall financial impact remained on lower side as the factor of decrease in fuel prices nullify the financial impact of increase in other operating expenditure during the fiscal year 2015-16.
On the other hand, if its budgetary performance deteriorates, driven by operating expenditure growth and refinancing risk due to short-term borrowing, the agency may downgrade the ratings.
International Resource News-January 18, 2011--PTT Exploration & Production PCL sets capital and operating expenditure budget of THB504.
In 2000, the total allocated operating expenditure amounted to Euro 73.
Our full suite of automated network optimisation products and services are now helping more of the world's mobile carriers deliver a higher quality of service across their networks while, critically, reducing capital and operating expenditure.
in 2013/14 to repairs and maintenance of assets from operating expenditure.
The move mirrors the enhanced uncertainty related to the improvement of the city's 2011 operating performance projected earlier, and further possible additional operating expenditure pressure in 2011 over the likelihood of repayment of obtained EU grants of EUR19m (USD27.
7% of operating expenditures and just under its goal of maintaining a two month operating expenditure reserve.
The report is a comprehensive handbook for municipal CTOs, providing guidance on technologies such as FTTH (Fiber to the Home), PON (Passive Optical Networks) and Active Ethernet,Wi-Fi mesh and WiMAX, descriptions of different business models using real market values for capital and operating expenditure requirements, case studies of projects which are at various stages of implementation, profiles of key equipment vendors and solution providers, and an analysis of the regulatory issues.
Restructuring the network to provide significant capital expenditure (capex) and operating expenditure (opex) savings
The DBM also noted that current operating expenditures went up by 35.

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