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accounts payable

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

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Section 3 reviews the various policies implemented to reduce both the stock of trade debt and general government payment periods in Spain.
* $38,672 to Advent Systems of North Little Rock for trade debt.
With the company's banks paid off, trade debt is now among PSC's main financial burdens.
The IRS disallowed the interest deductions for the institutional debt and rejected the interest claims on the trade debt. Dow Corning appealed that decision to the Federal bankruptcy court, where both Dow Corning and the IRS immediately filed for summary judgment.
In reality, the details given by the Defendant are often sparse and, particularly in trade debts, the Claimant should object to the offer on the basis that it is a trade debt with payment arrangements being agreed by both parties prior to the contract.
The recession has impacted exports, deepened foreign trade debt and increased the fiscal deficit (the latter because of a lack of restrictions on public spending and the high incidence of tax evasion).
Trade debt restructured to total debt restructured is the face value of restructured trade debt divided by total restructured debt.
The government is hardly in a position to pay back the power producers their entire trade debt stock owing to its weak financial position.
The calls come after the business analysed Companies House records, revealing 4,192 micro-businesses - those with less than 10 staff - fell into an average of PS68,000 of trade debt during the last financial year.
One belongs to Becoming Green Ltd, which was put into compulsory liquidation in June over an unpaid trade debt.
by the end of the second quarter, as a move toward settling 60 percent of its trade debt. Internal sources say that the firm is presently
But Company A has $250 in trade debt, no interest-bearing debt and $750 of equity.