Trade working capital
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In business finance, trade working capital (TWC) is the difference between current assets and current liabilities related to the everyday operations of a company. TWC is usually expressed in % of sales.
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The working capital is utilized by organizations to subsidize day by day tasks. Working capital is vital for any business to pay its trade or service creditors for its everyday activities.