Property, Plant and Equipment


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Property, Plant and Equipment (PP&E)

Tangible, long-lived assets that a company owns and uses in its operations, rather than simply holding them as an investment. This includes buildings, construction, facilities, machinery etc. and is reported on the balance sheet as acquisition cost less the accumulated depreciation.
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