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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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Engineering company, Mincore, provided the capital cost estimate for the Tiris Project.
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