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  • Telefix; A famous telecom company, has recently acquired the license of 4G network technology. Furthermore, the company has an option to sell this license or licensed it to a third party. However, the management of the Telefix has decided to use it to operate a wireless network. Development process of the network started when the license is acquired. Should the borrowing costs on the acquisition of this 4G license be capitalized by the Telefix or should it wait until the network is ready for its intended use?
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no one know about anything???

any idea about gdb???

have any one idea about the solution of this gdb

koi solution gdb ka???

koi kch to idea dy do 

no 1 is ready to sale that is why borrowing cost should be capitalixed while the second one is qualifying asset therefore they should wait until the construction is completed.

acquiring license is capitalized , legal permit for the building is capitalized , but the other cost of construction material not be capitalized

koi solution???

Yes. The license has been exclusively acquired to operate the wireless network.

The fact that the license can be used or licensed to a third party is irrelevant.

The acquisition of the license is the first step in a wider investment project

(Developing the network). It is part of the network investment, which meets the definition of a qualifying asset under IAS 23R.


Yes for the permit, which is specific to one building. It is the first step in a wider

Investment project. It is part of the construction cost of the building, which meets the definition of a qualifying asset.

No for the equipment, which will be used for other construction projects. It is ready for its ‘intended use’ at the acquisition date. It does not meet the definition Of a qualifying asset.

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