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Assessing The Effect Of Budgetary Control On Firm Profitability: A Case Of Selected Sachet And Bottle Water Manufacturing Firms In Ghana
The study investigates the effects of budgetary control on the profitability of selected sachet and bottle water manufacturing firms in Greater Accra of Ghana. The researchers used the quantitative research design to determine and fulfill the purpose of the study. 54 registered sachet water and six (6) bottle water manufacturers were considered but due to some circumstances, 41 of these firms was available for the success of the study. Primary source of data was used for the purpose of the study. The independent variables considered for the budgetary control processes were planning, monitoring and control, coordination and evaluation.
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