Gear up to balance sheet changes

February 2000
Cabinet Maker;02/18/2000, Issue 5175, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the effect of the British Accounting Standards Board's proposal for accounting for operating leases on the balance sheet of retail businesses.


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