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Business, 02.12.2019 18:51 monstergirl25

Na recent newspaper release, the president of downs company asserted that something has to be done about depreciation. the president said, "depreciation does not come close to accumulating the cash needed to replace the asset at the end of its useful life." what is your response to the president?

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