Financial statements, Financial Management

What does an inventory turnover of 3.0 suggest? If inventory is sold for cash instead of on credit, how will this affect the inventory turnover? If a fi s inventory turnover is 4.0 and its receivables turnover is 6.0, how long will it take for the company to generate cash from the newly acquired inventory?

The inventory turnover for an industry is 6 (every two months) but Silauan Cahaya Bhd. turns over its inventory 4 times a year (every three months). If annual sales are $1,000,000 and the interest cost to carry inventory is 12 percent, what is the potential savings in interest expense if the fi$ achieves the industry for the turnover of its inventory?

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