ZBRA » Topics » Economic factors that are outside Zebras control could lead to deterioration in the quality of Zebras accounts receivables.

This excerpt taken from the ZBRA 10-K filed Feb 29, 2008.

Economic factors that are outside Zebra’s control could lead to deterioration in the quality of Zebra’s accounts receivables.

Zebra sells its products to customers in the United States and several other countries around the world. Sales are typically made on unsecured credit terms, which are generally consistent with the prevailing business practices in a given country. A deterioration of economic or political conditions in a country could impair Zebra’s ability to collect on receivables in the affected country.

This excerpt taken from the ZBRA 10-K filed Mar 1, 2007.

Economic factors, which are outside Zebra’s control, could lead to deterioration in the quality of Zebra’s accounts receivables.

Zebra sells its products to customers in the United States and several other countries around the world. Sales are typically made on unsecured credit terms, which are generally consistent with the prevailing business practices in a given country. A deterioration of economic or political conditions in a country could impair Zebra’s ability to collect on receivables in the affected country.

This excerpt taken from the ZBRA 10-K filed Feb 28, 2006.

Economic factors, which are outside Zebra’s control, could lead to deterioration in the quality of Zebra’s accounts receivables.

Zebra sells its products to customers in the United States and several other countries around the world. Sales are typically made on unsecured credit terms, which are generally consistent with the prevailing business practices in a given country. A deterioration of economic or political conditions in a country could impair Zebra’s ability to collect on receivables in the affected country.

 

This excerpt taken from the ZBRA 10-K filed Mar 3, 2005.

Economic factors, which are outside Zebra’s control, could lead to deterioration in the quality of Zebra’s accounts receivables.

Zebra sells its products to customers in the United States and several other countries around the world. Sales are typically made on unsecured credit terms, which are generally consistent with the prevailing business practices in a given country. A deterioration of economic or political conditions in a country could impair Zebra’s ability to collect on receivables in the affected country.

 

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