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|French to English translations [PRO]|
Bus/Financial - Accounting / accounting
|French term or phrase: chiffre d'affaires économique|
|In a discussion of a company's performance over the past year, the first figure given is "Le chiffre d'affaires économique", followed by "le résultat net consolidé". Am I right to believe that the "chiffre d'affaires économique" refers to sales from normal business activity, and is there a preferred translation for this into US English? Thanks in advance,|
|English translation:Total revenues (consolidated and other revenues)|
I don't know what the accounting term in US English is for this figure.
It seems to be the total consolidated revenues plus other revenues of the group (defined somewhere in your document?).
Le chiffre d'affaires économique du Groupe MoneyLine (constitué du chiffre d'affaires consolidé et du chiffre d'affaires de Cylande) a représenté en 2001, 52 millions
d'euros, en progression de 33% par rapport à l'année 2000.
Annual Report 2000
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... in %) 29.2 28.6 42.3 * full-time employees (average for the year) ** see Glossary
for definition 2 ... Total managed operating results fell from EUR 493.7 mill. ...
www.telekom.at/Content.Node2/ en/ir/gb2000_en_gesamt.pdf - Similar pages
The increase of 3.4% in total managed operating revenues is mainly due to the successful evolution
BASIS OF PRESENTATION
The consolidated financial statements include the accounts of Chase and its majority-owned subsidiaries, after eliminating intercompany balances and transactions. Equity investments of
20%-50% ownership interest are generally accounted for in
accordance with the equity method of accounting and are
reported in Other Assets. Chase’s pro-rata share of earnings
(losses) of these companies is included in Other Revenue.
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