Definition of Acquired Companies Cash Flow Budgets


Acquired Companies Cash Flow Budgets means the budgets of the Acquired Companies setting forth the budgeted total cash flows from operating and investment activities of the Acquired Companies prepared on the consolidated basis and expressed in Roubles in respect of the third and the fourth quarters of 2015 as set out in Schedule 1.01(b).

Examples of Acquired Companies Cash Flow Budgets in a sentence

For the avoidance of doubt, any adjustment pursuant to this Section 2.01(d) shall only be calculated in respect of a Net Cash Flow Shortfall; no adjustment shall be made solely on the basis of any deviation between individual line items in the Acquired Companies Cash Flow Budgets and the Actual Net Cash Flow that do not result in a Net Cash Flow Shortfall.