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Extended performance reporting : an overview of techniques / Wai Fong Chua
Bib ID 3676303
Format BookBook
Author
Chua, W. F. (Wai Fong)
 
Description Sydney : Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, 2006, c2005 
51 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0975048120
Series

Report (Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia)

Notes

Cover title.

Bibliography: p. 51.

Subjects Financial statements -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia
Available From Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, 37 York Street, Sydney NSW 2000 

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