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Current ratio The term 'Current ratio' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' The ratio of current assets divided by current liabilities that shows the ability of a utility to pay its current obligations from its current assets. A measure of liquidity, the higher the ratio, the more assurance that current liabilities can be paid'.
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