Definition for : Days of raw material ratio
Days of raw material ratio reflects the number of days of Purchases the inventory represents, or viewed the other way round, the number of days necessary for raw material on the Balance sheet to be consumed. This ratio is obtained by dividing inventory of raw material by daily Purchases of raw material (VAT exclusive).
(See Chapter 11 Working capital and capital expenditures of the Vernimmen)
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