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Abstract

The following types of MAI play a central role at ABC in general, and for influencing subordinates in particular: budgeting, quarterly report, performance measurement, annual report, and contribution margin information.

Keywords

Life Cycle Cost Quarterly Report Discussion Part Referent Power Management Account Information 
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