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The third degree financial liquidity indicator


Definition:

Third degree financial liquidity indicator is the relation of current assets of the units (stocks, short-term receivables, short-term investments and short-term prepayments and accruals) to short-term liabilities (excluding special funds).


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Lucyna Słomska
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