Working Asset

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Working Asset

A highly liquid, current asset. Working assets are taken in and distributed over relatively brief periods of time. Examples of working assets include cash, works in process and inventory. A working asset is also called a floating asset or a circulating asset.
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The floating assets of the Philippine Navy, meanwhile, were kept safe.
By the end of 2014, Perez eyes total deployment of the said floating assets.
and most efficient financing facility that allows replenishing the floating assets in conditions of payment delay.
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There has been now more protection, floating assets, and mandated trained personnel and law enforcers, Aragones added.
Primary rescue vessels within the PCG Districts' areas of responsibility (AOR) when the extent of the disaster is beyond the capability of floating assets deployed within the area
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