circulating capital


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circulating capital

[ˈsɜːkjʊˌleɪtɪŋˈkæpɪtl] n (Comm) → capitale m d'esercizio
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According to a recent decision announced by the Culture and Tourism Ministry's Directorate of Circulating Capital, new prices for the archeological sites will take effect as of Jan.
5 M to go to repairs and upgrades of the buildings, EUR 2 M to be used for circulating capital, and the remaining EUR 300 000 to be paid for staff trainings, quality certificates, and other accompanying costs.
Given the current practice of excluding circulating capital, Smith's version of the capital stock is more general than contemporary versions.
The Industry Ministry and related government agencies have integrated assistance measures to relieve the enterprises' financial burden by injecting circulating capital for SMEs and offering low interest loans, jointly investing with the private sector in machinery development and promoting their investment with tax and annual fee exemptions.
One of the indications of financial liquidity problems is an ill-adjusted net circulating capital level to the demand for net circulating capital.
Instead of circulating capital, the system of 419 circulates a narrative about the circulation of capital, which is itself intended in turn to catalyze the circulation of capital.
For the most part the discussion in these chapters by Roncaglia is conducted in terms of a circulating capital model with single product industries, leaving aside the complexities of Sraffa's treatment in PCMC of joint-production, fixed capital and, along with rent, scarce resources (that is, land).
Upon a question on the reporting process of the fiscal order, Babacan said the Finance Ministry would release a report every 3 months regarding the "general administration" comprising of the central and local administrations, Social Security Institution, enterprises with circulating capital, unemployment insurance and similar institutions.
Circulating capital results in privatization and commercialization that extends beyond countries and national policies.
The capitalist initially has a total capital stock of [pounds sterling] 20,000, of which [pounds sterling] 7,000 is fixed capital (buildings, equipment, and the like), and [pounds sterling] 13,000 is circulating capital (stores of food and necessaries used to provision, or grubstake, labor over the period of production and thus the wherewithal to employ, or demand, workers).
Deleuze and Guattari explain that, while capitalism has taken striation to "an unequaled point of perfection, circulating capital necessarily recreated, reconstituted, a sort of smooth space in which the destiny of human beings is recast" (492).
Farmers will be compensated for circulating capital as well as evacuation costs.