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cashflow

TRADUCTION INTEGRALE / FULL TRANSLATION
cashflow

marge brut d’autofinancement

télécom / telecom - techdico

TRADUCTION EN CONTEXTE / TRANSLATION IN CONTEXT
Return on assets has also become increasingly negative, and cashflow has decreased.

La tendance négative du rendement de l'actif s'est aggravée et le flux de liquidités a diminué.

perfectionnement actif / inward processing - eur-lex.europa.eu
Nevertheless, it can be seen that there was strongly negative cashflow in 2001, 2002 and 2003.

Néanmoins, il ressort de cette analyse que les flux de trésorerie ont été extrêmement négatifs en 2001, 2002 et 2003.

général / general - eur-lex.europa.eu
Whilst cashflow appeared to improve, this actually reflected reduction in stocks of fish in the water and an inability to re-invest.

Alors que les flux de trésorerie ont semblé s'améliorer, ils reflétaient en fait une diminution des stocks de poissons vivants et une incapacité à réinvestir.

poisson / fish - eur-lex.europa.eu
Its return on investment decreased at the same time by 31 percentage points and there was a significant decrease of 69 % in its cashflow.

Parallèlement, le rendement des investissements a diminué de trente et un points de pourcentage, et les flux de trésorerie ont régressé de 69 %.

général / general - eur-lex.europa.eu
‘… Despite expectations that FT's EBITDA will grow to around €14 billion in 2002, FT's substantial interest and capex requirements means the company is not expected to generate material free cashflow for deleveraging in the near term.

«[…]Despite expectations that FT's EBITDA will grow to around €14 billion in 2002, FT's substantial interest and capex requirements means the company is not expected to generate material free cashflow for deleveraging in the near term.

général / general - eur-lex.europa.eu
«[…]Despite expectations that FT's EBITDA will grow to around €14 billion in 2002, FT's substantial interest and capex requirements means the company is not expected to generate material free cashflow for deleveraging in the near term.

‘… Despite expectations that FT's EBITDA will grow to around €14 billion in 2002, FT's substantial interest and capex requirements means the company is not expected to generate material free cashflow for deleveraging in the near term.

général / general - eur-lex.europa.eu

DEFINITION WIKIPEDIA (si disponible / if available)
Definition of "cashflow"Définition de "marge brut d’autofinancement"






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