Fixed Assets account


Fixed Assets account
счет "Внеоборотные активы"; "Основные средства" или "Долгосрочные активы"

(также Long-lived Assets; Plant and Equipment; см. также Capital Assets (account))


Специализированный англо-русский словарь бухгалтерских терминов. .

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