restructuring


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re·struc·ture

 (rē-strŭk′chər)
v. re·struc·tured, re·struc·tur·ing, re·struc·tures
v.tr.
1. To alter the makeup or pattern of: "serious efforts to restructure third world debt" (Felix Rohatyn).
2. To make a basic change in (an organization or a system, for example).
v.intr.
To alter the structure of something.
Translations

restructuring

[ˌriːˈstrʌktʃərɪŋ] Nreestructuración f

restructuring

[ˌriːˈstrʌktʃərɪŋ] n [company, system] → restructuration frest stop n
(= break) → halte f
(mainly US) (= place) → aire f de repos

restructuring

n (Comm, Ind) → Umstrukturierung f

restructuring

[ˌriːˈstrʌktʃərɪŋ] n (also) (Econ) → ristrutturazione f
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Restructuring involves the creative destruction and reinvention of today's top automotive OEMs and suppliers.
About 1,750 schools nationwide--including up to a third of the Chicago Public Schools system--are being tagged for restructuring, a process under No Child Left Behind that kicks in when schools do not meet math and reading targets for five years in a row.
Its restructuring was comprehensive, but focused on fixing cost and operational rigidities: aircraft debt, lease and municipal bond obligations, labor costs and collectively-bargained constraints on flexibility, retiree medical costs and pensions.
UPS), 6/20/01, the Eleventh Circuit concluded that UPS's restructuring plan of its excess-value business had both economic substance and a business purpose, and had to be respected for tax purposes.
Since the onset of the Asian financial crisis, many foreign creditors have been faced with the challenge of restructuring troubled loans to private companies in the emerging markets.
As real estate markets tighten, many tenants may find that both short-term and long-term rent costs can be reduced significantly through restructuring their existing leases.
Applicability of Cost Accounting Standards coverage is effective as of June 6, 1997, and allocation of Contractor Restructuring Costs is effective as of August 15, 1994.
The restructuring plan focuses on consolidation and redeployment of previously existing and newly acquired wineries and other assets to eliminate redundant operations and reduce overhead.
I am pleased to be here today to discuss corporate restructuring and the need for reducing the federal budget deficit, issues raised in your letter of invitation.
com/research/c3c6rr/global_insolvency) has announced the addition of the "Global Insolvency & Restructuring Review 2012/13 - 10th Edition" book to their offering.
In addition, two consensuses on the treatment of minority interests in certain real estate investment trusts (REITs) and accounting for the conversion of a loan into a debt security in a troubled debt restructuring are summarized.
Lower interest rates on floating loans have helped to slow the need to restructure or foreclose on troubled properties," says Patrick Leardo, director of Coopers & Lybrand's Real Estate Restructuring and Bankruptcy Services Group.