- n.收入( revenue的名词复数 ); [复数]总收入; 收入来源; 税务局;
Revenues from "green taxes" could then be channelled back into energy efficiency.
Egypt has lost out on revenues from the Suez Canal.
Last Thursday, Nick announced record revenues of $3.4 billion.
The recession is eating away at their revenues.
The firm's expenses gobbled up 44% of revenues.
Outgoings and revenues balanced out.
Managers saw a commensurate fall in their revenues.
Worldwide coverage beamed by satellite generates huge audiences accompanied by global advertising revenues.
Then came the recession. Revenues dropped, but the straw to break the camel's back was the war.
Tax revenues will grow more slowly than expected.
One study said the government would gain about $12 billion in tax revenues over five years.
The revenues from public services are self - explanatory and raise few conceptual problems.
In the short run, revenues will increase and profits will improve.
Tax revenues increased last year.
The embargo impacted on export revenues.
Marriott had its worst quarter ever, with revenues per room falling by 25%.
reduced his revenues to a quarter of normal years
By far the most effective method to restrain pension spending is to give people the opportunity to work longer, because it increases tax revenues and reduces spending on pensions at the same time.
Many developing countries have lots of young people in need of jobs; many rich countries need helping hands that will boost tax revenues and keep up economic growth