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“Normal spoilage is planned spoilage.”Discuss.


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Spoilage: Spoilage is the defective item at intermediate or final stage. The spoilage goods cannot be modify and hence as it is sold in the market at less prices. Basically it is loss to the company even if it sells in the market the cost price will not recovered from that.


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