IFRS and You - The goal of standardizing worldwide accounting and financial rules inched a little closer last year as 28 countries of the European Economic Area were required to follow International Financial Reporting Standards. The next step, converging IFRS and U.S. GAAP, will improve the quality and consistency of global financial reporting and enhance the ability of international companies to ...
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