ENGINEERED COSTS Definition

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ENGINEERED COSTS are those costs having a clear linkage to output, e.g., direct materials costs.

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BORROWING COSTS is the financial costs incurred by an enterprise in connection with the borrowing of funds, i.e. interest, amortization of discounts or premiums arising on the issue of debt securities, loan fees, gains and losses on foreign currency differences related to borrowed funds and regarded as an adjustment to interest costs.

UNUSUAL GAINS AND LOSSES are material gains and losses that are either unusual or occur infrequently, but not both, are excluded from the extraordinary item classification See EXTRAORDINARY ITEMS.

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