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n a payment made by a tenant to an owner for the use of land or a building.
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We have examined relation between domestic/foreign equity, rentability of these companies and GDP.
The first model analyses the influence of six factors (financial leverage LEV, weight of fixed assets in the total assets PAI, rate of financial autonomy RAF, debts rate RDAT, economic rentability ROA and financial rentability ROE) on CMP;
Those firm advantages or as Kindleberger (1969) calls them, monopolistic advantages, are created through market imperfections in the home market and exploited in the host country with the aim to appropriate a maximum economic rentability.
Other indicators include Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR), Rentability, Return on Asset (ROA) and Operating Cost/Operating Income (BOPO) ratio, and liquidity Loan to Deposit Ratio (LDR).
ECONOMICAL RENTABILITY OF THE YELLOW PASSION FRUIT TREE PLANTED IN HOLES AND IN NO-TILLAGE UNDER ORGANIC CULTIVATION
Canada, Privy Council Office, Rentability in the Constitution, (Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services Canada, 1993) at 55 (Submission to the Royal Commission on Financial Management and Accountability).
The communal gardens and two parking spaces are factors which would improve rentability should buy-to-let be a consideration.
The author's suggestions have as a reference the extraordinarily precarious state of the current modes of natural resources (land and sea) exploitation and its dispersed and poor rentability.
Close proximity to a reliable bus route or Metro will always enhance rentability.
There was a shortfall in terms of tenants, rentability and accountability," he said.
Nevertheless, both groups had to face financial difficulties and a reduction of rentability at the same time.