Large firms definition

Large firms means Firm with an annual turnover greater than R50 million

Examples of Large firms in a sentence

Large firms, multinational corporations (MNCs), Government-linked companies (GLCs), Syarikat Menteri Kewangan Diperbadankan (MKDs) and State-owned enterprises.

Large firms and partly government-owned firms, for ex- ample, might pay fewer bribes if these firms’ managers know more high-level government officials or if they can lobby government more effectively than small firms.

Large firms with complex organisational structures that change their workplace practices to increase productivity and quality can be used as a model.

Short-term debt ratios and company sizes.Year Short -term debt / Capital (Very small firms) Short -term debt / Capital (Medium size firms) Short -term debt / Capital (Large firms) Note: Small firm: less 0 − 9 employees.

Mean, standard deviation (std) and median statistics.Year Long -term debt / Capital (Small firms)Long -term debt / Capital (Medium firms)Long -term debt / Capital (Large firms) Note: Small firm: less 0 − 9 employees.