Private-sector banks account for only 5 percent of Iran's banking system, but they are already challenging the 11 under-capitalized
If a company is under-capitalized
, a buyer typically will reduce value by more than the theoretical under-investment.
A private operation, the Borneo Sugar Company, was already established somewhere in the Kuching area but was under-capitalized
and doomed to failure, according to Sewell, who advised the Sarawak government against rescuing it.
At times we've felt like the typical under-capitalized
start-up, but now we've seen 50 percent sales growth in 2004, and there are several exciting projects in development," says Kokoszka.
Most companies start out under-capitalized
because it's difficult to attract stakeholders to small start-ups.
But it was under-capitalized
like a lot of start-up companies.
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Like southern textile and lumber firms, coal companies were typically family-owned and under-capitalized
Certainly, these are difficult times for the under-capitalized
New companies, small companies and under-capitalized
companies that possess considerable managerial and artistic virtue may find it more challenging to establish themselves.
They will be the equivalent of what in the for-profit sector are "limping along," under-capitalized
Last year's recession has left many banks under-capitalized
and vulnerable to takeovers.