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L'UTILISATION DES BENEFICES DANS UNE ENTREPRISE

SOURCES DES BENEFICES
L’entreprise obtient les bénéfices dans les sources suivantes :
- l’activité de production : cette source existe pratiquement dans toutes les entreprises. L’efficacité d’utiliser cette source dépend de la connaissance de la conjoncture du marché par l’entreprise et l’habileté d’adapter le développement du produit sous le changement fréquent de la conjoncture.
- l’activité de l’innovation de l’entreprise : l’entreprise doit opter pour le changement très bénéfique à introduire à son sein. Il s’agit notamment :
De l’introduction des nouveaux produits,
Du nouveau mécanisme de production, de vente ; du changement de processus de travail, du changement sur la considération de l’homme,…
-la position de monopole de l’entreprise sur le marché : ce monopole sera en rapport avec la vente de tel ou tel autre produit unique.
La formation du bénéfice au sein d’une entreprise survient dans la direction suivante :
Le résultat financier de l’activité habituelle : résultat de l’activité principal fixé dans les statuts (la charge, les règlements de l’entreprise),
-Le résultat financier de l’activité opérationnelle : il est fixé comme la différence entre le bénéfice et les dépenses,
-Le résultat financier à partir des opérations non réalisées : c’est la différence entre les bénéfices et les dépenses non réalisées,
-Le résultat financier à partir de l’action circonstancielle : c’est la différence entre l’action et les dépenses circonstancielles.
Exemple : un commerçant qui vend les emballages de sa marchandise après déchargement bénéficie d’une circonstance et entendra le prochain arrivage pour en vendre.
- le facteur stimulant la vente par rapport au prix produit : on ajoute une majoration qui compose la mesure de stimulation du marché.
Exemple : l’achat d’une paire de chaussures stimulé par le don d’une paire des chaussettes ou l’achat d’un costume stimulé par le don d’une chemise.
-le facteur de l’atmosphère de service : les dépenses sur services rendus doivent être incorporées dans le prix. Exemple : le frais de transport, manutention,… ; incorporé dans la formation du prix de revient.
- le facteur de la distribution : plus le produit est proche du consommateur, plus est cher pour l’entreprise de le distribuer. Merci et a bientôt en ligne

English translation by community member Zhuyun Maggie Xiao

SOURCES OF PROFITS

A company obtains benefits from the following sources:
-Production activity: this source exist in all businesses. The effeteness of using such source depend on the company’s knowledge of market condition and its ability to adapt to product development within the frequently changing economy.
-The activity of company innovation: the company should opt for beneficial change and introduce it within the company. It includes:
Introduction of new products.
New ways of production, sales, change in working process and change based on consideration of people.
Monopoly position of the company over the market: such monopoly will be in connection with sales of unique products.
Generation of benefit within a business occurs in the following direction:
The financial result of ordinary activities: the main result of the work set out in statutes (charge, company regulations)
- The financial resulting of operating activities: it is set as the difference between income and expenses.
- The financial resulting from unrealized operations: it is the difference between income and unrealized expenses.
- The financial resulting from the circumstantial action: it is the difference between action and circumstantial expenses.
Example: A trader who sells packages of his merchandises after unloading them benefit once and need to wait for the next opportunity to sale his goods.
- Stimulating factor in relation to the product price: adding a surcharge which includes the measurement of market stimulation.
Example: buying a pair of shoes stimulated by the gift of a pair of socks, or buying a costume stimulated by the gift of a shirt.
- Factor of the service atmosphere: spending on services should be included in the price. Example: The cost of shipping, handling, etc., are incorporated in the training cost.
- The factor of distribution: the closer the product is to the consumer, the more expensive it is for the company to distribute the product. Thank you and see you soon online.

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Translation

SOURCES OF PROFITS
A company obtains benefits from the following sources:
-Production activity: this source exist in all businesses. The effeteness of using such source depend on the company’s knowledge of market condition and its ability to adapt to product development within the frequently changing economy.
-The activity of company innovation: the company should opt for beneficial change and introduce it within the company. It includes:
Introduction of new products.
New ways of production, sales, change in working process and change based on consideration of people.
Monopoly position of the company over the market: such monopoly will be in connection with sales of unique products.
Generation of benefit within a business occurs in the following direction:
The financial result of ordinary activities: the main result of the work set out in statutes (charge, company regulations)
- The financial resulting of operating activities: it is set as the difference between income and expenses.
- The financial resulting from unrealized operations: it is the difference between income and unrealized expenses.
- The financial resulting from the circumstantial action: it is the difference between action and circumstantial expenses.
Example: A trader who sells packages of his merchandises after unloading them benefit once and need to wait for the next opportunity to sale his goods.
- Stimulating factor in relation to the product price: adding a surcharge which includes the measurement of market stimulation.
Example: buying a pair of shoes stimulated by the gift of a pair of socks, or buying a costume stimulated by the gift of a shirt.
- Factor of the service atmosphere: spending on services should be included in the price. Example: The cost of shipping, handling, etc., are incorporated in the training cost.
- The factor of distribution: the closer the product is to the consumer, the more expensive it is for the company to distribute the product. Thank you and see you soon online.

Maggie Xiao
Student at Bryn Mawr College, PA, USA

Ariane Moza Assumani's picture

Merci mon ami Maggie Xiao

Merci mon ami Maggie Xiao pour votre courage de traduire nos articles en anglais et donc continuons notre lutte pour lutter contre toute forme de violence dans nos communautés.

arianemoza

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