Accounting Dictionary - Letter R

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Return on capital employed (ROCE)
is a measure of efficiency and profitability that a business achieves from the capital employed. This ratio is calculated by dividing income before taxes by capital employed. Capital employed equals the company's equity plus non-current liabilities.
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