Asset turnover measures how efficiently a company uses its assets to generate sales.
Asset turnover is the revenue generated for every dollar of assets owned by the company. The ratio is a measure of management efficiency.
As different industries have different structural requirements, a company's asset turnover should be compared with those of companies in the same industry.
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