CAPEX


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AcronymDefinition
CAPEXCapital Expenditure
CAPEXCapacity Expansion (IT infrastructure management)
CAPEXChicago Association of Private Equity Executives (Chicago, IL)
CAPEXCapability Exercise
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The breakdown of the P12.026-billion electric capex for 2019 follows: P5.14 billion for new customer connections, P3.51 billion for asset renewals, P2.22 billion for load growth, P250 million for BBB projects, P858 million for movable nonnetwork assets and P46 million for immovable nonnetwork assets.
Applying the same model for 2015 historical data, the capex factor, which explained about 5.7 percent of the market's movement, was negatively correlated with returns.
The capex would fund GADC's store expansion program which will see the addition of 50 to 60 McDonald's stores a year.
In the same vein, the Association also lamented the over N800 billion market shortfall saying this has further impeded DisCos' ability to access the financing necessary for OPEX, CAPEX and loss reduction initiatives.
"In the past, apart from traditional debt and equity, other means that have been used to fund CapEx in the airport sector have included deposits from real estate and long term concessionaires, and debt backed by securitisation of a specific levy - airport development fee (ADF).
Despite the challenges to identify new growth engines in a maturing smartphone market, Dell'Oro Group said it remains optimistic about service providers' ability to curb the potential downside and projects CAPEX will decline at a faster pace than revenues over the next three years.
"We are pleased to arrive at a lower capex as that will reduce the debt burden when financing the construction of the project," said Alba chief executive Tim Murray.
In the UAE, capex financing involves greater leverage than other GCC peers, such that market access remains paramount.
The annual capex budget for 2012 was $14.9bn down on 2011's and $17.8bn lower than the original target.
Most PSU heads assured Chidambaram of meeting the capex target for this fiscal.
CAPEX-LIGHT p.37 (Corporate Forensics) The financial community uses the term capex to designate business spending to buy fixed assets such as equipment or property.
Without the CFR payment, the profit rose by 10 percent."The sum collected from CFR includes the 2012 debt as well as receivables from the previous years, which were provisioned in the books," said Kral, quoted by Mediafax newswire.The total capex of the utility reached RON 1.4 billion (EUR 314 million) last year.In the distribution business, CEZ recorded an EBITDA of RON 289 million (EUR 65 million) and distributed volumes of 6,979GWh.