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IFRS Foundation translations

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12 Jun 2019

The IFRS Foundation has announced the publication of new Farsi, Japanese, Romanian, Serbian, and Spanish translations.

The following new translations are now available:

  • Farsi translation of the 2018 Blue Book; available on the IASB’s eIFRS website;
  • Japanese translations of the following exposure drafts:
    • Exposure Draft ED/2019/1 Interest Rate Benchmark Reform (Proposed amendments to IFRS 9 and IAS 39) - available on the IASB's open to comment website;
    • Exposure Draft Proposed amendments to the IFRS Foundation Due Process Handbook - available on the IASB's open to comment website;
    • Exposure Draft ED/2019/2 Annual Improvements to IFRS Standards 2018–2020 - available on the IASB's open to comment website; and
    • Exposure Draft ED/2019/3 Reference to the Conceptual Framework (Proposed amendments to IFRS 3) - available on the IASB's open to comment website;
  • Romanian translation of IFRS 17 Insurance Contracts and IFRIC 23 Uncertainty over Income Tax Treatments - available through the IASB's webshop or eIFRS Professional (neither access free of charge);
  • Serbian translation of the  2015 IFRS for SMEs - available through the IASB's webshop (access not free of charge); and
  • Spanish translation of Exposure Draft ED/2019/1 Interest Rate Benchmark Reform (Proposed amendments to IFRS 9 and IAS 39) - available on the IASB's open to comment website.

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