Resilience in years of depression

The business, of which the expected revenue in years of depression maintains above overhead costs, as well as liabilities, expected during years of growth, may remain intact. However, if profits of said business falls below that which is necessary to pay off personal liabilities, at the level that is expected during years of growth, of the business owner, the business divests itself of labour and perhaps, machinery, to raise the profit level.

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