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INFLATION ACCOUNTING (CPP METHOD) AND PROFITABILITY RATIOS IN CASE OF STEEL COMPANIES IN INDIA

The introduction of current purchasing power (CPP) method is one of the greatest revolutions in the field of accounting. It involves the restatement of some or all of the items in the historical financial statement for changes in the general price level. Under current purchasing power (CPP) method,... Full description

Journal Title: Indian Journal of Commerce and Management Studies Jan 2013, Vol.4(1), pp.65-67
Main Author: Shamsadini, Hilda
Other Authors: Farahmandnia, M
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abstractThe introduction of current purchasing power (CPP) method is one of the greatest revolutions in the field of accounting. It involves the restatement of some or all of the items in the historical financial statement for changes in the general price level. Under current purchasing power (CPP) method, any...
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