Trade Debt definition

Trade Debt means, for any accounting period, accounts payable accrued during such period for the deferred purchase price of property or services (but excluding Film Expense) to the extent such payables and obligations are not overdue by more than 6 months.

Examples of Trade Debt in a sentence

Ministers at the 2001 Doha Ministerial Conference established the mandate for the Working Group on Trade, Debt, and Finance (WGTDF).

The Doha Ministerial Declaration approved a number of new work programs and working groups which have been given mandates to report to the General Council, such as the Working Group on Trade, Debt, and Finance and the Working Group on Trade and Transfer of Technology.

The Doha Ministerial Declaration approved a number of new work programs and working groups with mandates to report to the General Council, such as the Working Group on Trade, Debt, and Finance and the Working Group on Trade and Transfer of Technology.

The ministers also set up working groups on Trade, Debt and Finance, and on Trade and Technology Transfer.

These mandates are part of DDA and their work is reviewed in the Working Group on Trade, Debt, and Finance and Working Group on Trade and Transfer of Technology sub-sections of Section C.


More Definitions of Trade Debt

Trade Debt means Indebtedness for goods sold and services rendered by Access to Strategic, as well as Indebtedness for goods sold and services rendered by third parties to Strategic for which Access invoices and collects from Strategic.
Trade Debt means a debt