Sustainable growth rate

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Sustainable growth rate

Maximum rate of growth a firm can sustain without increasing financial leverage.

Sustainable Growth Rate

The amount that a company or economy can grow without having to increase borrowing. A sustainable growth rate is desirable because it satisfies the needs of the company or economy without increasing its fixed costs (in this case, borrowing costs), which can create significant problems if the growth slows or begins to decline.
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Mostly Greek economists summarize current debates over the future and the prospects for socio-economic and regional development in the European Union, covering socio-economic sustainable growth and regional development; policies and practices for sustainable growth; local governance, territorial planning policies, regional enterprises, and social development; and new types and policies of sustainable growth: policy planning and applied research.
He said our policies are aimed at achieving long-term economic stability and sustainable growth.
The 2015 OECD Ministerial Council Meeting (MCM) was held in Paris, France on June 3-4, under the theme 'unlocking investment for sustainable growth and jobs.
Bulgaria and the World Bank on Wednesday discussed what the Bank could do to supporty the countryas efforts to achieve sustainable growth and bring the living standards of its population to EU levels over the next five years.
Global Banking News-November 19, 2014--Indian central bank chief wants focus on sustainable growth
Description: Global Loan to support sustainable growth in the Federal State of Schleswig-Holstein.
MASDAR, Abu Dhabi's renewable energy company, says that the second edition of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) will focus on the interconnected challenges and opportunities of sustainable growth, with particular focus on the energy-water nexus and sustainable waste management.
The statement emphasizes the fact that EU should take action, as the European leaders have reached a common conclusion on the lessons to be learnt from the crisis, and they agreed upon the need for a long-term strategy to achieve a sustainable growth.
FIGURE 1: Sustainable Growth Leads to Greater Income and Profitability Owner Income as Overhead Expense Profit % of Revenue Ratio Margin Sustainable-Growth 50% 36.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Buoyed by sustainable growth over the past decade, the Turkish economy is well poised to maintain a favorable recovery in the long term, leading market observers agree.

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