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HOSPITALITY FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
2 REV ED
JERRY J WEYGANDT / FRED PRIES / DONALD E KIESO / PAUL D KIMMEL / AGNES L DEFRANCO

JOHN WILEY AND SONS LTD (MAR 2008)
HARDBACK, 544 pages, col. illustrations, 282 x 221 mm.
Prod. # 9780470083604 (British edition)
Category: Business & Economics

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Hospitality Financial Accounting, Second Edition is the ultimate resource for understanding the principles of financial accounting and learning to apply these principles to real-world hospitality management. Combined with a full-colour package and robust pedagogical framework, this Second Edition builds on the first edition's success.

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