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Accounting for discounts under IFRS

You’d like to give a discount of 20%. Looking at a table above, you need to sell 33% more units than before to have the same effect. For verification, your new discounted sales price is CU 80, therefore your gross profit with 33% more units sold is CU 60 (80-20) * 133 units = 7 980 (Cu 20 is a rounding difference).

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