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08:30 Aug 27, 2000
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Dutch term or phrase: vlottende activa
Financial document - Balance sheet
Karin van der Tak
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Summary of answers provided
nacurrent assetsxxxtraverse
nacurrent assets (British English) or floating assets (American English)
Marijke Singer
naCurrent AssetsMiet Vanaudenaerde
naliquid assetsxxxrnoel


  

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3 mins
liquid assets


Explanation:
From my Dutch/Englidsh dictionary.

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1 hr
Current Assets


Explanation:
They comprise: Cash, Marketable Securities (current), Accounts Receivable, Inventories en Prepaid Expenses.

Miet Vanaudenaerde
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5 hrs
current assets (British English) or floating assets (American English)


Explanation:
Hi,

The Americans also use 'fluid assets'.

Hope this helps,
Marijke

Marijke Singer
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22 hrs
current assets


Explanation:
this is the term most often used, often in combination with "fixed assets" (vaste activa". The American term "floating" or "fluid" is not very commonly used in a European balance sheet.See also Van Amerongen "Terminologie Financieel Management". Good luck!

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