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IASB publications update

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15 Feb 2011

The IFRS Foundation has announced that the Red Book of International Financial Reporting Standards 2011 will be published in March 2011. International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS 2011 (English) is the only official printed edition of the consolidated text of the IASB's authoritative pronouncements.

It contains official pronouncements issued at 1 January 2011, including IFRSs with an effective date after 1 January 2011 but not the IFRSs they will replace. Click here (link to IASB website) for further information and registering your interest to be notified of the publication of International Financial Reporting Standards IFRS 2011.

The coming soon section of the IASB's upcoming publications page also features IFRS – Offizielle Verlautbarungen zum 1. Januar 2010, the German language translation of the Red Book 2010. Click here (link to IASB website, you need to scroll down to the second publication) for further information and registering your interest to be notified of the publication of IFRS – Offizielle Verlautbarungen zum 1. Januar 2010.

Also, the IFRS Foundation informs of the publication of new Kazakh and Armenian translations. The Kazakh translation of the 2010 unaccompanied IFRSs can be accessed via the IASB's Official IFRS translations webpage. The Armenian translation of the 2009 unaccompanied IFRSs can be accessed by eIFRS/Comprehensive subscribers in the secure subscriber area on eIFRS (you will be required to provide your login details).

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