Coca-Cola Essay

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 1. Company Background 1. Coca Cola Amatil Brief Activities in Australia 2. Company’s brief financials 3. Company’s Strategy & Growth Drivers 2. Company’s Key Accounting Policies 1. Foreign currency translations (AASB 1012) 2. Inventories (AASB 1019) 3. Revenue (AASB 1004) 4. Changes in Accounting Policies (AASB 1001) 3. Flexibility in the Selection of Company’s Key Accounting Policies 4. Accounting strategy 5. Quality of Disclosures 6. Questionable accounting figures 7. Possibility to UNDO Distortions in the Accounting Numbers 8. CCA’s financial press 9. Conclusion 10. References 11. Appendices 1. Appendix 3: Flexibility in the selection of company’s key…show more content…
Exchange rate gains or losses are brought to account in determining the net profit or loss in the period in which they arise, as are exchange gains or losses relating to cross currency swap transactions on monetary items. Exchange differences relating to hedges of specific transactions in respect of the cost of inventories or other assets, to the extent that they occur before the date of receipt, are deferred and included in the measurement of the transaction. Exchange differences relating to other hedge transactions are brought to account in determining the net profit or loss in the period in which they arise. Foreign controlled entities are considered self-sustaining. Assets and liabilities are translated by applying the rate ruling at balance date and revenue and expense items are translated at the average rate calculated for the period. Exchange rate differences are taken to the foreign currency translation reserve. 2.2 Inventories (AASB 1019) as a general principle, inventories are valued at the lower of cost (including fixed and variable factory overheads where applicable) and net realizable value. Cost is determined on the basis of first-in-first-out, average or standard, whichever is the most appropriate in each case. 2.3 Revenue (AASB 1004) Revenue is recognized to the extent that it is probable that economic benefits will flow to the Group, at the point where a right to consideration or

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