GEOGRAPHICAL SEGMENT Definition

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GEOGRAPHICAL SEGMENT is a component of an enterprise that (a) provides products and services within a particular economic environment and (b) that is subject to risks and returns that are different from those of components operating in other economic environments.

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BIFURCATED generally means to be divided into or made up of two parts. In accounting an example would be: to split the cash account in the accounting records into two accounts, cash - principal and cash - income.

CONTROLLER is usually an experienced accountant who directs internal accounting processes and procedures, including cost accounting.

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