comma before second 'and' [conjunction]: financial are X and Y, and

Discussion in 'English Only' started by Evelin2208, Jul 11, 2009.

  1. Evelin2208 Member

    Hey there,

    can anybody tell me, if the comma before "and" is right?

    Most participants pointed out that the key financial measures are product cost and process cost, and the nonfinancial key measure is customer satisfaction.
  2. Gwan Senior Member

    Indre et Loire, France
    New Zealand, English
    Looks good to me, although I would prefer 'the key non-financial measure'.
  3. Evelin2208 Member

    Thank you. I also prefer non-financial, but the sentence belongs to a discussion of an article. And this article used 'nonfinancial'.

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