trade creditors


trade creditors
кредиторская задолженность поставщикам; поставщики-кредиторы

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Специализированный англо-русский словарь бухгалтерских терминов. .

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  • trade creditors — / treɪd ˌkredɪtəz/ plural noun companies which are owed money by a company (the amount owed to trade creditors is shown in the annual accounts) …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • trade creditors — See: accounts payable …   Accounting dictionary

  • trade creditors — A British term for *accounts payable …   Auditor's dictionary

  • trade creditor — ➔ creditor * * * trade creditor UK US noun [C] ACCOUNTING ► a business that has not yet been paid for goods and services that it has supplied to other businesses: »The team is nearly £5m in debt, half owed to investors and half to trade creditors …   Financial and business terms

  • Trade —    Though centrally placed in Europe, Austria was historically a side road in European and worldwide trading patterns. Vienna and Linz, both on the Danube River, had lively mercantile communities in the Middle Ages, but their turnover did not… …   Historical dictionary of Austria

  • tools of trade — n.    in bankruptcy law, the equipment a person requires in order to pursue his occupation, which is exempt from claims of creditors. They are also generally exempt from attachment by judgment creditors since it is important for a person to earn… …   Law dictionary

  • Foreign trade of the Soviet Union — Soviet foreign trade played only a minor role in the Soviet economy. In 1985, for example, exports and imports each accounted for only 4 percent of the Soviet gross national product. The Soviet Union maintained this low level because it could… …   Wikipedia

  • Foreign trade of Communist Czechoslovakia — Foreign trade played an important role in the Czechoslovak national economy (as opposed to the Soviet Union)./ History and timeline / 1945 1953 The foreign trade enterprises successfully carried out the government s policy of rapidly redirecting… …   Wikipedia

  • Rio Trade — In the securities market, a transaction made in a desperate attempt to recover previous losses. Rio trade was coined with the idea that if a trader fails in his or her attempt to recover previous losses, he or she would have to hop on a plane to… …   Investment dictionary

  • tools of the trade — The items a person needs to pursue his or her occupation. Many state laws provide that tools of the trade are exempt property that is, they may not be seized by creditors or by the trustee in a bankruptcy case either entirely or up to a certain… …   Law dictionary

  • Corporate Trade Payment (CTP) — A previous form of transferring funds electronically. The corporate trade payment (CTP) system was used by corporate and governmental entities to pay creditors using the automated clearing house (ACH) system. This form of payment became obsolete …   Investment dictionary