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CCC

abbr.
1. Civilian Conservation Corps
2. Commodity Credit Corporation

CCC

Civilian Conservation Corps.

CCC

Civilian Conservation Corps. The Emergency Conservation Work Act of 1933 was the predecessor of the CCC, which dated from 1937.
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Adj.1.CCC - being one hundred more than two hundredccc - being one hundred more than two hundred
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Yazdanfar and Ohman (2014) studied that how cash conversion cycle affects economic performance of Swedish firms and found that cash conversion has a significant impact on business profits.
We measure WCM as receivable days (RADS), inventory days (IDs), payable days (PADs), cash conversion cycle (CCC), working capital (WC) and Current Ratio (CR), and firm profitability as return on assets (ROA).
Such a difference between the length of the typical operating cycle and the payment deferral period is measured in corporate finance by the Cash Conversion Cycle (Richards & Laughlin, 1980).
Over the same period, these companies' cash conversion cycle also increased--by 332 percent on average.
Although the cash flow benefits of reducing the cash conversion cycle are clear from a treasury perspective, it is important to recognize the components of the cash conversion cycle and how working capital optimization programs could impact the underlying business.
Cash conversion cycle is a Scale dynamic for "managing cash flow" that makes time--oriented scale simultaneously using the balance sheet and profit and loss figures.
The long run survival can only be possible through efficient management of cash conversion cycle including receivable collection period, inventory conversion period and payable deferral period (Weinraub & Visscher, 1998).
Our focused efforts to improve the working capital and to shorten the cash conversion cycle were the main contributors to the significant improvement in liquidity.
Lazaridis and Tryfonidis (2006) found a negative relationship between profitability and cash conversion cycle.
And cash conversion cycle ameliorates firm s profitability.