Analysis of the Turnover Evolution with the Help of Multiple Regression
Turnover represents the sum of sales (less taxes) realized by the company in present and normal activity. It is the sum of sale of merchandise, manufactured products, services and products from auxiliary activities. Turnover presents importance for study as it reflects te volume of business generated by the current activity of the enterprise and allows thus the appreciation of size, position on market and offers information on the dynamics of the activity, development opportunities and the importance of the enterprise at sector level. The results of the company will be better as it manages to sell more.
Volume (Year): 60 (2012)
Issue (Month): 4 (November)
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