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Meaning of "net present value" - Business English Dictionary

net present value

noun [C or U]
 
 
( abbreviation NPV) ACCOUNTING, FINANCE
the present value of an investment's future net cash flow (= difference between the money coming in and going out) after the cost of the original investment has been subtracted: Countries that have received help so far have seen the net present value of their debt burden fall by an average of 40%.
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