“In a country so rich, How could so many people be so poor?

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Ang kinakaharap na isyu sa paggawa ay tumutukoy at nangangahulugan sa mga bagay na maaaring magpabagal

Explanation:

a. current asset

Explanation:

In accounting, prepayments are payments made in advance just like prepaid rents where the prepaid resource will be consumed later on by the business. It is usually classified as a current asset as most of prepayments are consumed within 1 year or the normal operating cycle of the business.

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Assets

In accounting, assets are the resources that a company owns and has monetary value.

Two types of asset:

Current asset - assets that are usable or convertible to cash within a year or operating cycle of a business.

Non-current asset - assets that can't be used or converted to cash within a year or operating cycle of a business.Examples of current asset:Cash and cash -on- of non-current asset:LandEquipment/MachinesIntangible assets

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because of the corruption



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