Decision making, Managerial Accounting

Trinco Ltd (Trinidad & Tobago-T&T) has been negotiating a contract with a potential customer in Jamaica. Before the negotiations started the Jamaican company agreed to pay $10,000 in advance to cover the expenses of Trinco.
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