Practical Application Of Cost-volume-profit Analysis On Agro-products: Evidence From Female Micro-agro Distributors
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Practical Application Of Cost-volume-profit Analysis On Agro-products: Evidence From Female Micro-agro Distributors In The Tamale Metropolitan Area Of Ghana
This study investigated the cost structure, sales volume and profit of some selected agro-products traded by female micro-agro distributors in the Tamale Metropolis. The aim is to unravel the most profitable product in order to improve on the business engagements of female micro-agro distributors in the Tamale Metropolis. The study used the microcredit advanced to the female traders by Baobab Microfinance Company limited to build the fixed cost for the traders. Information on the marginal costs of the traders was collected using interviews. Market survey produced Products’ selling prices for the analysis. Using the Cost-Volume-Profit (CVP) models, the quantities to be sold iDownloadViews: 422

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