Capital budget

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Capital budget

Capital Budget

A plan for a company's capital expenditures. Capital expenditures are payments made over a period of more than one year. They are used to acquire assets or improve the useful life of existing assets; an example of a capital expenditure is the funding to construct a factory. Making a capital budget must account for the potential profitability of the plans involved. Calculating the net present value or the internal rate of return are two methods for determining a capital budget.
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This only goes to illustrate the resilience of our business in times where public sector capital expenditure budgets continue to be under pressure.
The incumbent carriers, including the Bell Canada group and its affiliates, have been forced to substantially restructure their operations in order to become more financially stable and less risk-worthy from the creditors' and shareholders points of view; this has included the divestiture of non-core assets, such as Bell Canada's interest in international carrier Teleglobe, the consolidation or full integration of continuing businesses, employee downsizing, and the slashing of capital expenditure budgets which has had a knock-on effect on the deployment of broadband network capacity.
Declining capital expenditure budgets and the power they can wield during negotiations are further eroding many manufacturers' ability to determine the specifications of incoming control systems.

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