Direct-plus-indirect factor content
Direct-plus-indirect factor contentA measure of factor content that includes factors used in producing intermediate inputs, factors used in producing intermediate inputs to the intermediate inputs, and so forth. That is, it includes all primary factors that contributed however indirectly to production of the good. Contrasts with direct factor content.
Indirect ClaimIndirect Claim
Claim of a financial intermediary; the intermediary relends funds to the deficit unit to enable it to acquire real assets.
Indirect taxationIndirect taxation
Taxation which is levied in an indirect way rather than being charged directly on an individual's income or estate.The main example in the UK is value added tax (VAT) charged on goods and services and paid by consumers.
Indirect methodIndirect method
Reporting in the statement of cash flow that adjusts or reconciles net income to cash from operations.
Indirect termsIndirect terms
The price of a unit of domestic currency in foreign currency terms. See: Direct terms.
Indirect Exchange RateIndirect Exchange Rate
The foreign currency price of one unit of the home currency.
Further SuggestionsIndirect diversification benefits
Indirect costs of financial distress