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Op aandelen wordt geen winst ten behoeve van de vennootschap uitgekeerd.

English translation: This refers to a situation where a company has shares in

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15:20 Aug 12, 2001
Dutch to English translations [Non-PRO]
Law/Patents
Dutch term or phrase: Op aandelen wordt geen winst ten behoeve van de vennootschap uitgekeerd.
Heeft iemand een goede formule hiervoor? Ik vind de opbouw van de zin wat verwarrend.

Alvast bedankt!
Willemina
English translation:This refers to a situation where a company has shares in
Explanation:
its own share capital, so-called treasury shares. What the Dutch sentence therefore indicates is that:
"No dividend shall be paid on shares which the company holds in its own share capital."
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xxxjarry
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Thank you very much Jarry, this is exactly the solution I was looking for but couldn't think of. Many thanks!

Willemina
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naThis refers to a situation where a company has shares inxxxjarry
naEarnings of the company are not paid out as dividendslkoch99


  

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4 hrs
Earnings of the company are not paid out as dividends


Explanation:
in other words, the earnings are retained


    Reference: http://www.gannett.com/annual/ar99/financials/99glossary.htm
lkoch99
Local time: 19:02
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch, Native in EnglishEnglish
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Thanks, but comp pays dividends, which must be from earnings
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Comment: Thanks, but comp pays dividends, which must be from earnings

10 hrs
This refers to a situation where a company has shares in


Explanation:
its own share capital, so-called treasury shares. What the Dutch sentence therefore indicates is that:
"No dividend shall be paid on shares which the company holds in its own share capital."


    20 years with Ernst & Young
xxxjarry
South Africa
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Thank you very much Jarry, this is exactly the solution I was looking for but couldn't think of. Many thanks!

Willemina
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