Accounting changes - significant accounting policies, Accounting Basics

The Company changed its process of accounting for pre-opening costs. These changes had no cash impact and the pro forma amounts accessible in the consolidated statement of income reflect the effect of retroactive application of expensing pre-opening costs.

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