analytical review

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Noun1.analytical review - an auditing procedure based on ratios among accounts and tries to identify significant changes
limited review, review - (accounting) a service (less exhaustive than an audit) that provides some assurance to interested parties as to the reliability of financial data
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The two countries will exchange information on matters related to attracting investments, including information on potential business partners /companies from Bulgaria and Romania/, public statistical data, analytical reviews, results of market studies, as well as information on state regulatory measures.
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The new compliance-check projects will be based on analytical reviews of current data, past projects, law changes and recently released guidance.
Better Analytical Reviews of Charitable Organizations: Using Financial Ratios and Benchmarks," by Janet S.
We do our best in punctual update & continuous development of the existing multilingual database that involves hundreds of thousands unique market research reports and analytical reviews.
Thomson Reuters has just released the first in a new series of quarterly analytical reviews which examine the performance of the Middle East investment banking industry in the region's debt and equity capital markets, both conventional and Islamic.
Moftah was speaking as Thomson Reuters released the first in a new series of quarterly analytical reviews which examine the performance of the Middle East investment banking industry in the region's debt and equity capital markets, both conventional and Islamic.
Abnormal vendor behavior includes illegal gratuities and exactions, kickbacks and non-performance and is determined through analytical reviews, interviews, data mining and reasonableness pricing tests.
Some analytical reviews show that less developed CIS countries have more stable exchange rates of their national currencies.
Day-to-day reports are avoided in favor of analytical reviews and opinions by leading British public figures with differing political and social affiliations.

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