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Return on equity to Scarce resource analysis
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Statement of funding principles to Technical skills
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Equity method

A method of accounting for an associated undertaking in a group of companies.


The purpose is to include in the consolidated group accounts: (1) the cost of the investment plus (2) the appropriate proportionate share of post-acquisition profits.


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