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Financial Analysis and Reporting for Purchasers


Financial analysis is an important skill for purchasers, it can help them to understand their supplier’s accounts and quotations in further detail and formulate reports using ratios to make better use of information available. These reports can then be used as the basis for making informed decisions.

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