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Q: Dependencies between current assets and current liabilities either through balance creations or balance changes
A: Hello, "Dependencies between current assets and current liabilities either through balance creations or balance changes." is not a question. It may be a statement, but not a question. Can you rephrase it as a question so I can answer it, thank you.
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User: Dependencies between current assets and current liabilities either through balance creations or balance changes

Weegy: Hello, "Dependencies between current assets and current liabilities either through balance creations or balance changes." is not a question. It may be a statement, but not a question. Can you rephrase it as a question so I can answer it, thank you.
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User: what are the dependencies between current assets and current liabilities either through balance creations or balance changes





Weegy: Hello, "Dependencies between current assets and current liabilities either through balance creations or balance changes." is not a question. It may be a statement, but not a question. Can you rephrase it as a question so I can answer it, thank you. [ SIR MANY MANY THANKS FOR ASKING THE QUESTION.I'M SO HAPPY BY GIVING YOU THE ANSWER.THANK YOU SIR. ]
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User: Are there any special management considerations related to current assets and liabilitieswhat are the dependencies between current assets and current liabilities either through balance creations or balance changesDependencies between current assets and current liabilities either through balance creations or balance changes

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