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Solvency

The state of a company being able to service its debt and meet its other obligations, especially in the long-term. Solvency is a necessary condition for a business to operate. If a company is unable to meet its obligation, it is said to be insolvent and must undergo bankruptcy in order to either liquidate or restructure. See also: Insolvency risk, Accounting insolvency.

solvent

Able to meet debts or discharge liabilities. Compare insolvent.
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Despite production issues, the increasing number of regulations dictating the need for environment-friendly alternatives to petroleum feedstock-based solvents will fuel advancements in cost-efficient biochemical production technologies," said TechVision Senior Research AnalystIsaac Premsingh .
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