Login or register (free and only takes a few minutes) to participate in this question.
You will also have access to many other tools and opportunities designed for those who have language-related jobs (or are passionate about them). Participation is free and the site has a strict confidentiality policy.
Explanation: There is a small discordance in the question.
The “Taux Courant” is the interest rate applicable at a given moment, like the Noon Exchange Rate of the € against the U.S.$ at the NYSE and in this case is “Current (Interest) Rate”.
If it can be modify then it’s not "courant" and is called “Flexible (Interest) Rate”.
Simon Charass Canada Local time: 18:37 Native speaker of: English, French PRO pts in pair: 226
Explanation: Since you didn't give much context it is difficult to be sure. I also thought that this could be a case of looking for a term that isn't necessarily a term. Anyway, this is my guess. Following is some context from the web iste listed below to help you decide.
Your running rate for the seafood division in FY 98 was only about 40% compared to 77% in FY 97. What is your expected running rate for this year and next year?
We expect running rate will increase in this year and next year. As disclosed in our public annoucement for our results dated March 31, 1999 and August 25, 1999, the sales were down in 1998 because of tighter competition in international market. Japan was importing less frozen seafood and this resulted in the sellers/exporters to Japan switching exports to our traditional market of Europe.