revenue expenditure


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revenue expenditure

expenditure that is written off completely in the PROFIT-AND-LOSS ACCOUNT in the ACCOUNTING PERIOD to which it relates. Contrast CAPITAL EXPENDITURE.
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The coefficients of all the variables in the revenue expenditure equation are consistent with prior expectations and (except the seasonal dummies) are statistically significant.
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A considerable portion of the expenditure is capital linked with revenue expenditure being limited to 2.