TITLE

CHAPTER 4: FINANCIAL RETURNS: INCOME STRUCTURE RATIOS

AUTHOR(S)
Parker, Philip M.
PUB. DATE
February 2006
SOURCE
Djibouti Economic Competitiveness;Feb2006, p66
SOURCE TYPE
Country Report
DOC. TYPE
Country Report
ABSTRACT
In this chapter we consider the income structure of companies operating in Djibouti benchmarked against global averages. The chapter begins by defining relevant terms. A common-size statement, or vertical analysis of income is then presented for the typical firm operating in Djibouti and the average global benchmarks (total revenue = 100 percent). For ratios where there are large deviations between Djibouti and the benchmarks, graphics are provided. Then the distribution of ratios is presented in the form of ranks and percentiles. Certain key vertical analysis income ratios are highlighted across countries in the comparison group.
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25921840

 

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