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return on capital employednoun [C or U]

uk   us   ( abbreviation ROCE)
FINANCE, ACCOUNTING a company's profit for a particular period compared with the amount of capital invested in it. This shows how effectively the company is using the amount of capital invested in it to make a profit: The company's return on capital employed has declined steadily in the last three years.
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