Fixed capital

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See the Note under Capital, n., 4.

See also: Fixed

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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subtracting consumption of fixed capital from gross investment.
Investments into Kazakhstan's fixed capital in the first quarter of 2019 amounted to 2.1 trillion tenge (annual increase by 11.1 percent), which is a record inflow for the history of Kazakhstan, Trend reports citing
Investments in fixed capital in Jan-Apr 2018 reached 27 bn som growing by 4.4% year-on-year, National Statistics Committee division head Chinara Turdubayeva told reporters on Friday.
GCF is gross fixed capital formation, Human capital (HC) is assessed through government expenditure on health and education as percentage of GDP.
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The experts said the Mangystau region (own funds -- 82 percent of investments made to the fixed capital), and the North Kazakhstan region (74 percent) are the most independent regions.
According to the State Statistical Office data, the total value of Gross Fixed Capital Formation in the Republic of Macedonia for 2013 was 11 billion denars.
The total fixed capital formation in the extractive industry activity rose from Dh7.8 billion in 2006 to Dh48.8 billion in 2011 at an annual growth rate of 44 per cent on average during the period, while fixed capital formation in the activity grew by 11.6 per cent in 2011.
He covers topics from economic theory and the historical increase of fixed capital, a case study of the railroads relating to the increase in fixed capital, the role of finance as it evolved, the rise of welfare capitalism, modern finance capital and stock market disasters, the effects of the Great Depression.
Chapters discuss the historic increase of fixed capital, the role of finance, the long-term effects of the railroad industry, the rise of "welfare capitalism" in which consolidated enterprises dared to adopt a relatively progressive attitude toward labor, the impact and legacy of the Great Depression, the Golden Age of industrial dependence, and much more.
Fixed capital formation plummeted as both internal and external demand for Uruguayan goods and services dropped off in 2002.