Temporary Assets

Temporary Assets

That portion of a firm's current assets that fluctuates in response to seasonal or anticipated short-term.

Temporary Assets

A subset of a company's current assets that changes according to seasonal fluctuations. For example, a retail store's current inventory may include holiday decorations around Christmas. These decorations would be temporary assets with respect to the remainder of the store's inventory.
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"Our highly sustainable approach to developing the Coastal Village revolves around building permanent assets and repurposing them, rather than building temporary assets for short-term use," said Ian Williamson, Chief Project Delivery Officer at The Red Sea Development Company.
"Avoiding the construction of temporary assets where possible both preserves the area's natural ecosystems and also ensures that everyone who works at the Red Sea Project can enjoy a high standard of living and a healthy working environment."
It is saddening that some of these structures cannot be preserved for the sake of making a profit and temporary assets that reflect a modern architecture and survive a maximum of 100 years," Aydyn University's Kaptan was quoted as saying by Radikal.
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