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hey guyz, i've got this true/false question about trademark's amortization under U.S GAAP :

Begining with 2002, U.S financial statements, U.S GAAP was changed to require amortization of trademarks on the straight-line basis.

Did this happen ? if yes, then is the year correct ?

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