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What may happen if an organization neglected to manage its working capital?
Insufficient Inventory Working capital is especially important for businesses that sell products because they need a well-stocked inventory. [ If your working capital is low, you may not have enough cash flow to replenish your inventory before running out of products. In such a case, client satisfaction and sales will suffer. On the other hand, organizations that mainly provide services may have
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