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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ElHout added that the company will make several internal expansions according to the Egyptian government's plan, especially after President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi announced Egypt's Vision 2030, through the development of a five-year plan according to the vision set by the government.
It isn't just the channel where Sage is growing in the Middle East, with internal expansions also taking effect.
Downe said that the bank would instead pursue a 'significant number' of 'tuck-in' acquisitions and internal expansions in the US Midwest for its Chicago-based consumer bank.
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Modernization and internal expansions are the flip side for Citation's ability to grow its business.
Modernizations and internal expansions of Disney ventures drive their corporate growth mode, which is shaped by an almost instinctual business plan relying on market-driven, subjective decision-making.