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excess capacity 超额生产能力;过剩设备

effect of capacity 电容效应

  • There is more to this than the eradication of excess capacity or the shift of production inland.

    ECONOMIST: Chinese business

  • Weak banking reflects an excess of industrial capacity.

    FORBES: The dreaded D word

  • On the one side, they can get a guarantee demand for their products, getting rid of excess capacity, and attaining economies of scale.

    FORBES: Is Groupon's Business Model Sustainable?

  • But as Stephen King, the chief economist at HSBC, points out, that link seems to have gone, perhaps because of excess capacity at home, or because China's increasing presence in world trade pushes the prices of manufactured goods and labour down.

    ECONOMIST: Markets should worry about the surging oil price

  • Today China has excess steelmaking capacity of 120m tonnes, or a third of its output.

    ECONOMIST: Chinese banks: Rot in the vaults | The

  • Greenberg looks at the system Kroc and Turner built and sees it in terms of excess capacity.

    FORBES: Beyond Burgers

  • Either outcome suggests a college system contending with a lot of excess capacity.

    FORBES: The Scary Economics Of Higher Education

  • Profit growth has slowed sharply over the past year because of excess capacity in the most over-invested sectors, such as cement and steel.

    ECONOMIST: The frugal giant

  • European automakers have more than a dozen plants worth of excess factory capacity, with new plants still under construction in Central Europe and more being built in Russia.

    FORBES: Ford And GM Try To Outrun Europe's Auto Slump

  • Every change on the factory floor that allows workers to adapt to sudden shifts in demand reduces the excess capacity of people and plant space Dell must maintain to get products out on time.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • What this all means is that there is an incredible amount of excess drilling capacity in the system, waiting to come on line should the natural gas price firm up for any prolonged period of time.

    FORBES: The Texas Shale Oil & Gas Revolution - Leading the Way to Enhanced Energy Security

  • The problem may be that bond investors, far from being far-sighted, are in fact myopic, and are perhaps being fooled by the temporary disinflationary effects of excess capacity and debts built up over the bubble years in both Japan and America.

    ECONOMIST: Economics focus: Heading for a fall, by fiat? | The

  • The initiative, leveraging the City of Seattle's excess fiber capacity, the expertise of Gigabit Squared, and the community leadership of The University of Washington, aims to stimulate business opportunities, spur advancements in health care, education, and public safety, and enhance quality of life for the residents and businesses of Seattle.

    ENGADGET: Gigabit Squared heading high-speed fiber and wireless internet initiative in Seattle

  • Much of the excess capacity is being shut down, yet there are already plenty of unwanted panels out there.

    ECONOMIST: Solar power

  • Because there is so much excess capacity in the worlds refineries, because there is a fair range of capabilities in that excess capacity and because if there was not enough refining capacity to handle all the sour crude that is available, the price of sour crude would be selling at a greater discount to sweet crude than the current modest discount.

    FORBES: Why I think Saudi Oil Production is now at Capacity

  • In its bankruptcy Chrysler was shorn of much of its excess capacity in North America and various other liabilities.

    ECONOMIST: Luxury cars are speeding ahead; lesser brands are stalled

  • And given all the stores that are still closing doors, it's clear that some of the excess capacity from the go-go years is still around.

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  • Most of the excess capacity is in Europe and North America, where costs are higher and sales growing more slowly than they are in Asia.

    ECONOMIST: MG Rover

  • None of this excess capacity is likely to be shut down quickly, because cash-strapped firms have an incentive to keep factories running, even at a loss, to generate income.

    ECONOMIST: Could it happen again? | The

  • That way grid operators could, say, automatically lower the cost of transmitting power from a region with excess to capacity to one with a shortage, instead of letting the problem fester until the peaker plants turn on and phone calls and faxes fly.

    FORBES: Juicing the System

  • If economies perk up and a rate cut turns out to have been unnecessary, it can be reversed: with ample excess capacity, the risk of inflation taking off is low.

    ECONOMIST: The world economy

  • On the bright side for First Solar, its strong financial position could help it outlast competitors in a downturn which would result in excess capacity being taken out of the sector.

    FORBES: Solyndra Bankruptcy Can't Stop First Solar From Bouncing Back To $135

  • Excess capacity and the overhang of corporate debt may prevent full recovery for some time, but most Asian economies could start to see at least some growth by the second half of 1999.

    ECONOMIST: Time to buy?

  • David Rosenberg, the former Merrill Lynch economist, now with the Canadian firm Gluskin Sheff, has argued that the run up in commodity prices is not a forerunner of a generalized inflation because incomes are not rising and there is huge excess capacity in the economic system, as indicated by high levels of unemployment.

    FORBES: Commodity Bubble Redux In Full Effect

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