Real Loss

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Real Loss

A company or investment's losses after considering the impact of inflation. See also: Real.
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Real losses are the physical losses of water from the distribution system, including leakage and storage overflows.
- Accounting for resources, which includes the creation of a system for collecting, transmitting and recording data from general home and apartment metering devices, which will make it possible to determine real losses in networks and pay only for the actual resource consumed
'This debacle has led to real losses to stock market investors and our GLICs (government linked companies) such as EPF, KWAP, Khazanah and Tabung Haji.
* "arrange reciprocal 'sales' of goods to transform real losses into fictional profits," and
Players were left out of pocket and support staff were not paid, and legal cases to recover lost monies have been pursued ever since, with some sources suggesting that a collective settlement of around PS270,000 is now on the table: a fraction of the real losses suffered by people who are not billionaires.
Variables involved in our analysis are real premiums, real losses, real GDP, and real interest rates.
The swap inflicted real losses of about 74% on private bondholders.
A bond swap, under which banks and insurers take real losses of about 70 percent on Greek debt they hold, is largely in place but yet to be sealed over concerns that public creditors like the European Central Bank will have also have to chip in.
He also requested information on the real losses from contraband for the State budget and the actions of the cabinet to counter it.
After real losses in 2010 and 2011 are matched to estimates and the NCUA has a more precise total loss number, the regulator can make adjustments, if needed, to the corporate stabilization fund for the remainder of the repayment period.
"These are definitely real losses, and have given me cause to more strongly consider my identity," says Elsita.