CONSORTIA see CONSORTIUM.
OPERATING CASH FLOW (OCF) is the amount used to represent the money moving through a company as a result of its operations, as distinct from its purely financial transactions.
LONG-TERM RECEIVABLE, in accounting, is any receivable that is scheduled or projected for receipt in greater than a 12-month period, e.g. notes receivable or a receivable in litigation.
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