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Italian term or phrase:ben. str. inf.
English translation:computer hardware
Entered by: maryrose
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06:25 Apr 7, 2008
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Italian term or phrase: ben. str. inf.
beni strumentali something?

From an annual report, under the heading "Description" in a table of Tangible Assets.

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maryrose
Local time: 11:05
computer hardware
Explanation:
If it is under the heading tangible assets (which under IAS are "property, plant and equipment" then "beni strumentali" doesn't really need to be translated with something like "operating assets" then inf has to be "informatici" so you these are computers. software are intangbibles
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James (Jim) Davis
Seychelles
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Thanks, Jim.
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computer hardware


Explanation:
If it is under the heading tangible assets (which under IAS are "property, plant and equipment" then "beni strumentali" doesn't really need to be translated with something like "operating assets" then inf has to be "informatici" so you these are computers. software are intangbibles

James (Jim) Davis
Seychelles
Local time: 05:35
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Thanks, Jim.

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