English translation: time dependency or nondependency of the cash flow
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15:53 Apr 3, 2008
Spanish to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
Spanish term or phrase:Dependencia e Independencia
Evaluacion Financiera del Proyecto:
-Efectos de la Inflacion en la Evaluacion del Proyecto
- Dependencia e Independencia en el Tiempo del Flujo de Fondos.
- Ajuste de Flujo de Fondos
Appears in the Table of Contents for a Project Evaluation, but there is no section to match the entry. I'm not sure what this refers to exactly.
Thanks in advance
Explanation: Una posibilidad, imagino que hace referencia a si el cash flow depende o no del tiempo.
e_cuesta Local time: 23:32 Native speaker of: Spanish PRO pts in category: 11
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degree of ... dependence
Explanation: Again, I think this is talking about the time-value of money. When money comes in or out of a project in time matters in all but the short term (usually less than 1 year). I.e. if a project is short, timing of cash flows might not be as crucial. Since I suspect this is a case of Spanish verbosity, I would simply say "degree of cash flow timing dependence," or "degree of timing dependence of cash flows," which is a bit wordier, but perhaps more precise?
E. David Curiel United States Local time: 17:32 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 28
Explanation: "Dependence and Independence in Time of Cash Flow"
The whole section seems to be about "inflation", so I think the question must mean the dependence of cash flow on inflation, and respectively, the independence of cash flow from inflation (as mentioned in the first line). And the third line would mean the adjusting of cash flow to keep in step with inflation.