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I am setting up OpenERP for a company which has retail operations in 2 countries. Each country has a local warehouse. Sales in each country are subject to local taxes and currency.
What would be best practice under this scenario? Should we be using a single company and changing the currency and tax on sales orders by something like pricelists. Or are we better having 2 companies and changing company for each sales order? It appears you can only change company via preferences rather than specifying on the sales order, is there a reason for this?
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|Asked: 4/29/13, 1:53 AM|
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