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What are the various levels of aggregation to which the lower of cost and net realizable value rule can be applied?

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LCNRV (Lower of Cost or Net Realizable Value) approach: It is an approach that compares the cost of the inventory with the net realizable value of the inventory. Net realizable value r...

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