Factor priceThe price paid for the services of a unit of a primary factor of production per unit time. Includes the wage or salary of labor and the rental prices of land and capital. Does not normally refer to the price of acquiring ownership of the factor itself, which might be called the "purchase price."
Old line factoringOld line factoring
Factoring arrangement that provides collection, insurance, and finance for Factoring.
Tariff factoryTariff factory
A production facility established by a foreign firm through FDI in a country in spite of its higher production costs, in order to serve its market without paying a tariff.
A company which is owed money by trade debtors faces the risk of slow payment or default on those debts, which can put strain on its cash flow. One of the ways it can mitigate this danger is by 'factoring' them.Special companies exist (factors) which will pay the company a high proportion of the amount it is owed, in return for the right to collect the debts from the debtors. The company gets a high percentage of the amount it is owed direct from the factor. The factors chase the money and keep the difference.
Factor content pattern of tradeFactor content pattern of trade
The trade pattern of a country or the world, focusing on factor content of the goods and services that are traded, as opposed to the commodity pattern of trade.
Maturity factoringMaturity factoring
An arrangement that provides collection and insurance of accounts receivable.
Further SuggestionsAbundant factor
price earnings growth factor
Direct factor content
Factor price frontier
Factor of production
International factor movement
Direct-plus-indirect factor content
Specific factors model
One factor APT