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News

  • EFRAG announces its 2005 meeting schedule

    24 Aug 2004

    The EFRAG Technical Expert Group (TEG) is coordinating the dates of its 2005 meetings with those of the IASB, generally holding meetings (which are open to public observation) during the week preceding the IASB Board meeting, as follows (locations may change from Brussels).

  • Web-based technical update on IASs 16, 17, 23, and 40

    20 Aug 2004

    The Deloitte London IFRS Centre of Excellence is running a monthly series of hour-long Internet-based IFRS technical updates, focusing on the most important international accounting standards and how they will affect UK companies.

  • Differences between Japanese GAAP and IFRSs

    20 Aug 2004

    A study group appointed by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, and comprising predominantly representatives of Japanese industrial companies, has published a report that compares Japanese accounting standards and International Financial Reporting Standards.

  • Deadline extended for survey on joint ventures

    18 Aug 2004

    In our News Story of 15 July, we had reported an announcement on the US FASB website that the IASB is conducting a research project that is the first phase of a longer-term effort to improve IAS 31 Interests in Joint Ventures.

  • FASAC survey includes international convergence

    18 Aug 2004

    The Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council (FASAC), advisory body to the US FASB, annually conducts a survey of the views of FASAC members and other FASB constituents on what FASB's priorities should be.