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(This addi- tional money - the inflow from sales - should have been "earmarked" to buy replacement stock.) The latter is often a serious failure. (...) So far, T$3,000 have been deducted and the amount which was used to buy the goods, and which the T$12,000 now remain as the "book-value" of this asset. - 2 0 - society will acquire again when the stock is sold. (...) If you use T$250 to buy a stock of chickens, you will not change the total value of the current assets.
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Score: 1450110.7 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tionalmaterial/wcms_628587.pdf
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As a rule, do not include items in your stock range which you have to buy in too large quantities, unless they are absolutely essential, like salt, sugar, rice, etc. (...) Retailers have many names for these things turtles, dead stock, shelf-warmers .... Hardly any customers buy them, so the stock remains almost the same. (...) What should you do if you lack capital but still want a wider stock range? a Sell goods on credit. b Turn over the stock into sales more quickly. c Buy from only one wholesaler.
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Score: 1443140 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tionalmaterial/wcms_628585.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - UAB - Role of Financial Institutions .pptx Webinar on Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Aviation 5–6 April 2021 Role of the Financial Institutions in supporting the aviation industry to recover from the COVID-19 Crisis Presented by the Union of Arab Banks Global Economic Growth (%) -4.3 4.0 3.8 -8 -6 -4 -2 0 2 4 6 8 2020 2021 2022 MENA Economic Growth (%) 0.1 -5.0 2.1 3.1 2.7 -2.2 3.2 4.3 -0.6 -5.7 1.8 2.8 -6 -4 -2 0 2 4 6 2019 2020 2021 2022 2019 2020 2021 2022 2019 2020 2021 2022 MENA Oil importers Oil exporters Daily new confirmed COVID-19 cases Airline Passenger Volume Recovery Projections Economic Performance of the Airline Industry Boeing 737 Max Annual Deliveries Forecasts (number of aircrafts) Investment Growth Forecasts in Emerging and Developing Countries (%) -12 -9 -6 -3 0 3 6 9 20 20 20 21 20 22 20 20 20 21 20 22 20 20 20 21 20 22 20 20 20 21 20 22 Commodity exporters Energy exporters Commodity importers Tourism reliant 2010s Conclusion: It is indeed the right time to invest in the airline industry! Airline stocks are the most overbought they’ve been in years Investment in Airlines’ Equities  Airline companies stocks are very sensitive to macroeconomic developments.  That makes their performance and their share prices extremely pro-cyclical.  Airline stocks are worth invest in following a recession.  As economic data (growth and employment figures in particular) start to rebound, airline stocks follow. (...) The Role of Arab Banks in Financing Regional Airline Companies  Al Emirates Airlines received $265 million Islamic financing from Nour Islamic Bank (UAE) and SAMBA Financial Group (in addition to several foreign banks) in 2008, to buy 2 aircrafts. It also received $425 million Islamic financing from Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Dubai Commercial Bank and Dubai Islamic Bank.  Al Etihad Airways received $212 million loan from Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (and 2 other foreign banks) in 2008 to buy 3 aircrafts. It also received $110 million Islamic financing from Al Hilal Bank in 2008 to buy 1 aircrafts.  Middle East Airlines received $60 million dollar from Fransabank in 2007 to buy 2 aircrafts.
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Score: 1439963.3 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...inancial%20Institutions%20.pdf
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Cost : stock only what you can afford to buy and store; what you know you will sell. (...) When she adds to the stock - buys new supplies - she re- cords it ... . and when she takes away from the stock - makes sales - she records it. (...) You can see on the left hand side that the society has in its pos- session some furniture, a stock of goods, and money in the bank. Sources How could it buy all this?
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Score: 1425947.7 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tionalmaterial/wcms_628590.pdf
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They can buy stocks from the granary during the lean season at affordable prices. (...) WFP provides an initial stock of 10 metric tons of cereal, and the capacity of most village granaries is 20 to 40 metric tons. (...) During the harvest period, when cereal prices are low, the management committee withdraws money and embarks on purchases to reconstitute the stocks. This cyclic process allows households to have cereal stocks available all the year round and avoid having to buy at extortionate prices.
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Score: 1413911.1 - https://www.un.org/womenwatch/...alwomen/wfp-good-practice.html
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The following may not be the Buyers in privatization: 1) legal entities in whose charter fund the share of the state exceeds 20 per cent; 2) legal entities which in accordance with legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan or foundation documents have no right to engage in those types of activities the performance whereof is a pre-condition for buying the property at the auction. 5. In the course of selling a state block of shares, the Buyer which is a joint stock company may not acquire more than 25 per cent of shares of the joint stock company if the latter owns shares of the Buyer. 6. (...) Sales relating to selling of state-owned blocks of shares, as a rule, shall take place at a Stock Exchange. Article 14. The Procedure of Public Sales 1. (...) An enterprise which is subject to privatization may be first transformed into a joint stock company under the procedure established by legislation; transferred into trusted management or lease with the right of subsequent buy-out. 2.
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Score: 1412511.9 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/kaz_e/WTACCKAZ57A1_LEG_7.pdf
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You are com- pletely familiar with your stock range. You know, for in- stance, that you have 6 or 8 different things in stock which would satisfy Mrs Green's needs. (...) (putting the milk on the counter) Customer: And some butter please. Salesman: Out of stock. Customer: What? Why is it out of stock? Salesman: How should I know? (...) Your job is just to suggest one or two alternatives in a polite way, and not to force the customer into buying. Sell New Articles The main reason for introducing a new item into your stock range should be that it has special advantages when compared to existing articles. - 37 - ana Orange marmalade (the actual need may be some sort of fruit preserve) Fish (the actual need may be "a dinner") Lettuce(the need may simply be "vegetables" - you have the whole range of vegetables to choose from) Chicken stock cubes Salt - Oh no!
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Score: 1397901.8 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tionalmaterial/wcms_628649.pdf
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A number of farmers have indicated to us that they buy their seed from agro-input dealers like you. (...) Yes (1) No (0) 3.8 Of the farmers who buy seed, what proportion (%) getting it on credit? (...) Yes (1) No (0) 5.2 Of the farmers who buy crop and vegetable seed, what proportion (%) also buy fertilizers at the same time?
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Score: 1368167.2 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...-2_KII_-_Agro_Input_dealer.pdf
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But since he needs 50 kg he is likely to run out of stock unless he buys 3 packages = 60 kg. It is better to be on the safe side, particularly when ordering an item which the customers are not willing to wait for. (...) And when they could get White Star again, nobody wanted to buy the Green Special any more. Thus the Ilangu shop had a stock of tea that was very difficult to sell. (...) The shop may become filled with goods that few customers want to buy. And when the needed goods are available again at the wholesaler, there might be no money left to buy them, because all the money has been invested in the "dead stock" still on the shelves.
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Score: 1354821.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tionalmaterial/wcms_628584.pdf
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If so, you need only stock enough for a rather short period, and order new supplies when your stock is close to zero. (...) That de- pended, as we have seen, on how big a stock they wanted to keep. They wanted to buy a small stock of some items, be- cause the supply was easy and reliable. (...) Storage-system YES NO Have you organised safe and efficient storage of raw ma- terials you keep in stock? ana ana ana ana - 4 1 - Stock control YES NO Have you developed and put into practice an effective system for controlling and counting stocks?
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Score: 1330036 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tionalmaterial/wcms_628592.pdf
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