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Activity Based Costing (ABC) - What the Buyer Needs to Know

Activity Based Costing (ABC) came to prominence largely through the realisation that traditional accounting information was of limited use in assessing the effectiveness of resource allocation decisions.

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Activity Based Costing (ABC) came to prominence largely through the realisation that traditional accounting information was of limited use in assessing the effectiveness of resource allocation decisions. Rather, this traditional information is geared towards satisfying auditors or other external bodies or functions which have a particular interest in financial accountability.

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