Internal expansion

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Internal expansion

Growth of assets resulting from internal financing or internally generated cash flow.

Internal Expansion

Growth on an investment or asset as the result of internally-generated cash flow or appreciation on the assets. An example of internal expansion occurs when a company owns land and the value of the land increases.
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Also, given ETP's asset mix and the positive contribution from ongoing internal expansions, cash available for distribution should continue to increase without the need for growth by acquisition.
Currently investing its third fund, TGF specializes in private equity investments that finance buy-and-build strategies, internal expansions, and buyouts of middle-market companies.
VAW-IMCO GmbH is already planning internal expansions that would raise its total annual capacity to 325 million pounds in 1999.