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(1)Merkea duty to provide appropriate cash for each machine balance reports or recommendations based on the company, take out the card swallowed, filling and repair including machines on a national holiday, in touch with the vendor machine, daily visits, and must be ready to be called during an emergency. (2)Cisco's results of joint venture companies from China and the International Sinar Mas Multi Artha of Korea is also taking care of the machine entrusted to her company. (3)Our performance will be what percentage of machines that we managed to function. (4)Fortunately, that is not how it should be compared with the security side is always preferred by the company to its employees. (5)To secure all field officers who fill cash in the machine, redesigned Cisco 50 vehicle types L300 and its Panther operating in China.

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(1)適切な現金をバランスが報告する各々の機械に提供するメーカー任務または会社に基づく推薦は、のみこまれるカード、充填と祭日中の、ベンダー・マシンと接触する機械(毎日の訪問)を含む修理を取り出して、非常事態の間、指令される準備ができていなければなりません。 (2)中国からの合弁会社のシスコの結果と韓国のインターナショナルシナールマスマルチアーサは、彼女の会社に委託される機械の面倒を見てもいます。 (3)我々のパフォーマンスw ですかね?

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