LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||17/DEZ/2007 1:05 AM|
|Assunto:||15 dias corridos|
just to be known...
-the business dictionary.com
Consecutive days, including weekends and holidays, as opposed to working days
which do not include them.
running days is in the Accounting & Auditing and Banking, Commerce, & Finance
Number of days allowed by a port authority to a ship to load or unload cargo without incurring demurrage or late charges. Lay days may be expressed as (1) Running days: consecutive days including weekends and holidays. (2) Working days: consecutive days excluding weekends and holidays. (3) Weather working days: days on which weather permits continuous work. Lay days begin to run when the vessel is berthed or when its arrival is recorded as arrived ship. Also called lay time.
but googleing I found Calendar days is the term that has most usage....
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