In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
(in accounting)amortización feminine
- In computing tax due on business profits, the trader is not given any allowance for depreciation of business assets.
- It also ignores non-cash items such as depreciation of assets and the amortisation of acquisitions.
- The former is intended to compensate the host railway for depreciation of the fixed assets associated with use by other railways.
- It was inevitable that runaway property inflation would come to a halt but few anticipated asset depreciation in the housing market.
- Consequently the capital service flow, or depreciation of the asset, cannot be readily determined with any precision.
(fall in value of a currency)depreciación feminine
- Many people have asked me exactly where I stand on currency depreciation.
- Initial stock market turmoil, currency depreciations, and oil price fluctuations are serious, but will probably stabilise in due course.
- If one country has higher inflation than its trading partners, its currency band should be lowered to facilitate a gradual depreciation of its currency.
- Fixed exchange rates provided a source of constancy, and governments were no longer allowed to use competitive depreciations to promote exports.
- Major negative influences were the continuous rise in the trade deficit and declining net investment, mainly due to the continuous rise in depreciations.
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