Finance for Non-financial Managers
by MTD Training
Publisher: BookBoon 2010
Number of pages: 54
This textbook explains what all of the financial statements of a company means from a non finance point of view. Explained in easy to understand language, you will soon gain a great insight into the finance aspects of a company even if you have no direct input into the financials yourself.
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