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13- . …………..are the basic materials which have not undergone any conversion since their receipt from suppliers. a. WIP c. Raw Material b. Finished Parts d. Work Made Parts
c. Raw Material are the basic materials which have not undergone any conversion since their receipt from suppliers.
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c. Raw Material are the basic materials which have not undergone any conversion since their receipt from suppliers.
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