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13:50 Apr 3, 2008
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Dutch to English translations [PRO] Bus/Financial - Accounting
Dutch term or phrase:(BV- Lang VV) r Renteverplichtingen
the phrase is:
Financiële structuur (BV- long-term liabilities) r Renteverplichtingen (percentages)
I assume that BV is besloten vennootschap ? but maybe it isn't. De Keijzer doesn't help on that one. The problem here is the "r" - help!
BV normally stands for 'Besloten Vennootschap' but that doesn't seem to make sense in your formula! The V in BV probably refers to 'vermogen' as in VV (vreemd vermogen) or EV (eigen vermogen). In this context the 'r' usually refers to 'rendement' (return)