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A turnaround strategy is used when firms are struggling financially. The strategy usually involves cost reduction and asset reduction. Managers reduce costs by reducing staff, leasing rather than buying equipment, reducing marketing expenditures or R&D. Assets are also often sold to free up cash for new initiatives. In some cases assets are sold and then leased back by the company from the purchaser of the asset. Once costs are reduced and assets have been sold to generate cash a positive growth or diversification strategy must be implemented to complete the turnaround.
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