fundamental errors

fundamental errors
 фундаментальные ошибки; обнаруженные в текущем периоде ошибки, являющиеся настолько существенными, что финансовые отчеты за один или более прошедших периодов не могут считаться надежными на момент их выпуска.

Англо-русский толковый словарь бухгалтерских и финансовых терминов. - Издательство "Академия Естествознания". . 2012.

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