MARKETABLE CAPACITY is an assessment of total capacity compared to that capacity that sales projections indicate that the market can absorb. Dependent upon demand, the analysis will indicate whether the marketable capacity is at capacity, over capacity (inflationary), or under capacity (deflationary).
EARNINGS is a term that refers to the financial capacity of a corporation to make distributions to shareholders other than return of capital, e.g., dividends. See also RETAINED EARNINGS.
COLLECTION PAPERS are those documents specified as necessary for payment to be made, such as the commercial invoice, certificate of inspection, and bill of lading.
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