DEFINITION
Cash Conversion Cycle

"Cash conversion cycle": (CCC). Indicates how long it takes a company to convert cash outflows into cash inflows. For example in a manufacturing firm, the average length of time between payment for raw materials and other inputs, and the receipt of cash from the firm's customers.
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