Uses of funds, Cost Accounting

Dividends                                                                                        ................

Non-operating losses not passed through P and L A/c                     ................

Redemption of redeemable preference share capital                      ................

Repayment of debentures/bonds                                                    ................

Repayment of long-term loans                                                       ................

Purchase of fixed assets                                                                  ................

Purchase of long-term -investment                                                ................

Increase in working capital                                                             ................

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