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AcronymDefinition
CAPXCapital Expenditure(s)
CAPXcytosolic ascorbate peroxidase
CAPXCapital Expense(s)
CAPXCustomer Accessible Parts eXpress (Grove Cranes)
CAPXCap-XX Limited (stock symbol)
CAPXCapabilities Exchange (IBM)
CAPXCapilano Excellence Scholarships (aka Board Entrance Scholarship)
CAPXCapacity Expansion 2020
CAPXcalcium paradox
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He also indicated that the capital expenditure programme would again be reviewed at the end of November or early December.
* Assess your competitor's planned pipelines, proposed lengths and capital expenditure
Both Pangilinan and Nazareno likewise confirmed that an elevated capital expenditure is likely to be implemented until 2017.
The final hypothesis suggests that independent hospitals joining large systems should experience larger increases in capital expenditure than hospitals that join smaller systems.
The relationship of capital expenditure to working capital management is well discussed in international literature which is briefly presented here.
Liquidity risks are on Telecom's horizon on account of declining revenues and huge capital expenditure requirements brought on by infrastructure investments.
The BoJ upgraded its assessment of capital expenditure on Wednesday, encouraged by increased shipments of capital goods.
The company added that the capital expenditures budget is allocated among its three business segments with USD718m for its oil and natural gas segment, USD132m for its contract drilling segment, and USD78m for its midstream segment.
The QNB has forecast that the GCC capital expenditure will surge a further 8.2 per cent once more projects get underway.
GCC countries' capital expenditure is set to increase on the back of their heavy investments in infrastructure, which QNB estimates will rise 8.2% this year.
"In 2013, QNB Group forecasts that GCC capital expenditure will rise further to 8.2 per cent as more projects get underway.
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