sourceable/non-sourceable spend

Italian translation: oneri/costi legati agli acquisti/forniture/NON...

13:58 Dec 12, 2010
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
English term or phrase: sourceable/non-sourceable spend
Sourceable Spend - Portion of spend which is available to be sourced in any given year. This includes direct material; indirect and finished goods; and subcontractors spend. It excludes spend categorized as non-sourceable due to existing contracts, Intellectual property rights on goods or processes, taxes, payroll, corporate strategy or capital required for tooling or tools transfer . It also excludes inter and intra-company spend (spend between and within operating segments).

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Irene Acler
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Italian translation:oneri/costi legati agli acquisti/forniture/NON...
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oneri/costi NON legati agli acquisti/forniture
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oneri/costi NON legati agli acquisti/forniture

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