Internal expansion

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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With an extremely well-educated workforce and an Economic Development Authority that offers many incentive packages which have already lured several tenants from both outside the state as well as internal expansion, New Jersey's economy has more than enough resources to provide the growth needed to help absorb office space," noted Dolly.
The ML530 G2, designed with more internal expansion and availability features, provides maximum uptime for business-critical and infrastructure applications.
Celanese AG, Kronberg, Germany, plans to double its annual sales to approximately $9 billion (10 billion [epsilon]) by 2005 through acquisitions as well as internal expansion.
Are the costs of internal expansion deductible for tax purposes?
2 million internal expansion is underway at Goodyear's hose plant in Mount Pleasant, IA, that will increase production capacity by 25% and boost employment by 10%, creating 15 new jobs.
and provides internal expansion for networking, imaging and engineering applications running at 20 MHz on its 486SX processor.
The net proceeds of the offering are expected to be used to repay outstanding indebtedness and for general corporate purposes, including future acquisitions, internal expansion projects and working capital requirements.
The decision to lease additional space in the building, the site of EDO's headquarters, resulted from internal expansion.
The partnership also reserves additional capital for follow-on investments in companies that are already in its portfolio so that these companies can continue to finance their growth via internal expansion as well as strategic acquisitions.
The firm has quadrupled in size since 1980, with growth due entirely to internal expansion, not acquisition.
HUB relies on its larger regional operations (hubs) to serve as the platforms for growth through internal expansion and smaller, fold-in acquisitions.
CERC is pursuing growth primarily through the internal expansion of its interstate pipeline segment.