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accounts payable

n. bills that are owed. (See: debt)

See: bill, invoice
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The recent experience of Spanish public finances poses a natural example to study the impact of government trade debt on the economy.
Highlighting the scale of the financial squeeze on the region's smallest businesses, the average trade debt for micro-SMEs amounted to 14% of turnover.
Although SMEs with 10-249 employees averaged a higher average trade debt of PS1.
38,672 to Advent Systems of North Little Rock for trade debt.
The IRS disallowed the interest deductions for the institutional debt and rejected the interest claims on the trade debt.
Fitch does not believe that positive rating actions are likely over the near term, given the current operating environment, integration risks associated with Varian, and intermediate-term uncertainty around share repurchases and the World Trade debt.
and High View Capital, ChatCom will receive $400,000 cash and the trade debt, convertible notes, preferred stock and warrants in ChatCom held by the two companies will be canceled.
Fitch does not believe that positive rating actions are likely over the near-term, given the current operating environment, integration risks associated with Varian, and intermediate-term uncertainty around share repurchases and the World Trade debt.
ChatCom said it is working on getting additional financing and restructuring a ``significant'' portion of its trade debt with creditors.
The ratings and Outlook incorporate Fitch's expectations that Agilent will refinance the World Trade debt, which the company is required to repurchase on Nov.
House of Fabrics has $103 million in bank debt and $105 million in trade debt, said Alison Lew, an analyst at Credit Research & Trading in Greenwich, Conn.
The trade debt amounts attributed to PAA in such bankruptcy filings were gross amounts and, as noted in the bankruptcy filing, are "Subject to Set-Off.