marge d'EBE

English translation: EBITDA

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French term or phrase:EBE
English translation:EBITDA
Entered by: Mools

08:03 Apr 8, 2005
French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Accounting / EBITDA vs Gross Op....?
French term or phrase: marge d'EBE
From a document that discusses application of new international accounting standards.

"EBE" already appears in the glossary under "gross operating surplus/results", but I am thinking more along the lines of "EBITDA margin" for the above....

If I do go with this, could I use EBITDA for EBE elsewhere in the doc, or would I be off the mark?

Thanks for your time....
Mools
Local time: 06:27
EBITDA - ok
Explanation:
the way to check is to use Google and just enter the two acronyms

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Note added at 7 mins (2005-04-08 08:10:15 GMT)
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and margin is margin is margin ;-)
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Connor
Local time: 06:27
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Thanks for the feedback Connor....
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5 +3EBITDA - ok
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EBITDA - ok


Explanation:
the way to check is to use Google and just enter the two acronyms

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Note added at 7 mins (2005-04-08 08:10:15 GMT)
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and margin is margin is margin ;-)

Connor
Local time: 06:27
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Thanks for the feedback Connor....

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