Two Sets of International Governmental Financial Statements: One Common, Audited Data Base - Two different formats for financial statements, using the accrual basis of accounting, are prescribed by international governmental accounting oversight bodies. Audit certification of a common data base serves as certification of both sets of financial statements prepared from that common data base.
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