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Accounting and financial management in the hotel and catering industry

Harris, Peter J.

Accounting and financial management in the hotel and catering industry

by Harris, Peter J.

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Published by Northwood in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed.: 1977.

Statement[by] Peter J. Harris, Peter A. Hazzard. Vol.2. Vol.2 / Peter J. Harris, Peter A. Hazzard.
SeriesA "Catering times" book
ContributionsHazzard, Peter A.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22800171M
ISBN 100719826527

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The Uniform System of Accounts and Financial Reporting Lodging Industry Foodservice Industry Club Industry Spa Industry Gaming Industry Accounting and Financial Management in Hospitality Hotel Operations Hotel Accounting Department Organization Foodservice Operations Club Operations Appendix The.

From that point, the New York group and other state-centered hotel accounting groups moved to organize a national association.

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