Rewards and Realities of German Cost Accounting - Could German cost accounting practices be one of the cures for what ails cost management at U.S. companies? Many U.S. firms have invested millions in integrated systems but don't take advantage of what the systems can do for cost analysis. This survey describes how some major German companies use the latest cost accounting techniques.
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