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capital expenditure

n. payment by a business for basic assets such as property, fixtures, or machinery, but not for day-to-day operations such as payroll, inventory, maintenance and advertising. Capital expenditures supposedly increase the value of company assets and are usually intended to improve productivity.

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The balance of 3 percent of capital spending will be for Infracorp Development Inc., proponent of the two-kilometer Fort Bonifacio-Makati Skytrain monorail project, and a member of the consortium set to do the rehabilitation of Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
since 2015, private-sector capital spending in manufacturing increased by 17.4 per cent annually, the highest among provinces;
Strengthened operating profitability combined with increased liquidity resulting from the recently completed capital projects and expected decrease in capital spending could result in positive rating movement.
The capital spending will be partly financed by 'a combination of bonds and some bilateral loans,' he added.
The banking company's review for June, covering more than 700 non-financial companies, showed that capital spending is likely to increase by 5.3 percent this year, up from the 4.2 percent pickup projected in February.
Despite the challenges faced on the revenue front, Gulf governments are protecting capital spending as a share of overall expenditure to support growth and further their diversification strategies.
S&P said it believes GCC governments are "protecting capital spending" as a share of overall expenditure to support growth and further their diversification strategies.
Segmentation of the semiconductor capital spending market in the US by type
"Capital spending is recovering, although at a slower pace than initially thought," said Yuichi Kodama, chief economist at Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance.
Capital spending rose 4.9 percent on the quarter, more than double the median estimate for 2.1 percent growth and the fastest expansion since October-December 2011, as companies used increased profits to invest in factories and equipment.
Auto Business News-January 21, 2014--Toyoda Gosei plans to increase capital spending next fiscal year
(NYSE: IHS) is raising its forecast of photovoltaic (PV) capital spending.