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Thread: EEGG

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2007
    Native language
    New Zealand English


    I am translating financial statements and have come across an expression I can’t find a translation for (or the meaning of), I was wondering if someone might be able to help. The phrase I give for context looks a bit strange because it is headings for a “Financial Liabilities” table:

    Gastos financieros aplicando el método de coste amortizado Gastos financieros EEGG
    Financial expenses using the amortised cost method correspond Financial expenses EEGG

    Thanks all!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2004
    Native language
    Spain, Spanish

    Re: EEGG

    EEGG is not a usual Spanish abreviation (at least in Spain). It could stand for "Empresas del Grupo" (Group companies) but you must test if it fits in context.
    Only a Spanish speaker. If you need an exact translation, wait for better opinions.

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