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cost analysis

Etymology: L, costare, to stand firm; Gk, ana, again, lyein, to loosen
an analysis of the disbursements of an activity, agency, department, or program.
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The Power of Strategic Costing provides a pragmatic overview of cost analysis in an interesting, reader-friendly format.
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Although it is an often overlooked procedure, a thorough cost analysis of a project or a purchase juxtaposed with a workflow analysis can be vital.
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Rosneft Oil Company Oil & Gas Exploration and Production Operations and Cost Analysis - 2013
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