Capital assets, Accounting, Basic Statistics

Capital assets
Assets which meet the state''s capitalization strategy such as ground: developments to l&: easements: buildings: leasehold improvements: means of transportation: or equipments & other kind of machines: works of art & chronological treasures: infrastructure: & all other touchable, intangible assets that are used in state operations & that have preliminary useful lives extending further than one year, Capital assets do not contain delectable resources such as minerals, timber,
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