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Financial Reporting Insights - December 5, 2014

Published on: Dec 05, 2014

In this edition, , our Chief editor invited Clair Grindley, deputy leader of our Canadian IFRS Centre of Excellence, to reflect on financial reporting developments in IFRS for 2014 and provide tips and reminders for those of our readers approaching the year-end reporting process.


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