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Liquidity gaps arise when internal financed cost entities can't be covered with current cashflows. Internal financed cashflows are internal Opex, Capex, Reserves and Transaction Expenditures as well as Taxes. Therefore a liquidity gap arise when the sales aren't sufficient to cover the internal financed cost entities.

Cashflow statement

 The liquidity cap is calculated as follows:

Liquidity gap = Cashflow to Equity - Equity - Shareholder Loan

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