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16:04 Apr 5, 2007
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Bus/Financial - Accounting / “Chinese English”_financial statements_statement of changes in equity
English term or phrase: allocate sums changeover in
Hello.
I need some help with a couple of phrases in English, (poorly) translated from Chinese.
In the financial statements (statement of changes in equity) of a Chinese company, I have the following:

(3) “allocate sums changeover in”;
What does this mean?

I found a couple of Chinese-English glossaries that contain such terms:



Answers/explanations in English, please.
Many thanks in advance.
Manuel
Manuel Cedeño Berrueta
Local time: 02:26
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1pls see below
Cagdas Karatas


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pls see below


Explanation:
A slight possibility but with such a phrase everything is a possibility: I guess the keyword in this phrase is changeover because it must have been used oddly in place of transfer/assignment. So, we can comment on the whole as follows:
The transfer/assignment of the sums (dividends??) allocated/appropriated/set aside for (a specific purpose??) to someone else or for some other action.

Cagdas Karatas
Turkey
Local time: 09:26
Native speaker of: Turkish
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