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capital costs

An enterprise’s financial liabilities—e.g., depreciation, interest, leases and rentals, taxes and insurance—on tangible (capital) assets (e.g., physical plant and equipment).
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Typical reasons for variations in per-tonne steel sector capital costs are outlined.
I see no evidence of lack of efficiency or of lack of productivity as those processes proceed apace, and therefore no need to constrain further inpatient payment except to the extent that capital cost passthroughs need to be reallocated, and continuing attention needs to be focused on rural hospitals and on teaching hospitals whose fiscal health remains less good than that of others.
The article identifies several problems in accounting for capital-cost variation and concludes that is preferable to use the analysis of total cost (the sum of capital and operating cost) to develop a common set of adjustments for the capital and operating prospective payments rather than to use the analysis of capital cost to develop separate capital payment adjustments.
Generally, capital costs are the obligation of the landlord and not included in operating expenses.
Determining the amount of the capital cost allowance (CCA) on Class 13 assets is a tortuous exercise in frustration by calculation.
of property" under paragraph 20(1)(a) of the Act and Part XI of the regulations for purposes of capital cost allowance (the "capital holdbacks").
The low capital cost of the GE electrolyzer would make it competitive with other hydrogen production methods such as natural gas reforming.
When the sum of an asset's capital cost and manufacturing cost exceeds the price, the asset falls to the right of the price line and the asset is destroying value.
A letter of intent executed by an affiliate of Enterprise and TEPPCO in February 2006 provided that Enterprise would manage the construction and fund the initial capital cost of the Phase V expansion.

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