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Useful PPTs posted by CMA.Siva Rama Krishna Srirangam

Source: This mail was posted by CMA.Siva Rama Krishna Srirangam in http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cma_india

The contents and links posted by CMA. SSRK are very useful for Management Accountant.

Dear Friends,

Many more Files are added in almost all the Subjects. Seprate Exclusive Sub-File is created for" ABC / ABM "due to its importance in the file" Management Accounting" and kept lot of material.

Professional friends are requested to visit the links given below and have professional discussions for a healthy knowledge sharing & gaining among the professional members.

Managment Accountant Repository


Thanks & Regards

CMA.Siva Rama Krishna Srirangam

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