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SIC will consider seven final Interpretations next week

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07 Nov 2001

At its meeting 11-12 November at the IASB offices in London, the Standing Interpretations Committee will consider the following as possible final Interpretations: SIC-28, Business Combinations - 'Date of Exchange' and Fair Value of Equity Instruments Quoted in an Active Market SIC-29, Disclosure - Service Concession Arrangements SIC-30, Reporting Currency - Translation from Measurement Currency to Presentation Currency SIC-31, Revenue - Barter Transactions Involving Advertising Services SIC-32, Intangible Assets - Website Costs SIC-33, Consolidation and Equity Method-Potential Voting Rights SIC-34, Financial Instruments-Instruments or Rights Redeemable by the Holder .

At its meeting 11-12 November at the IASB offices in London, the Standing Interpretations Committee will consider the following as possible final Interpretations:

  • SIC-28, Business Combinations - 'Date of Exchange' and Fair Value of Equity Instruments Quoted in an Active Market
  • SIC-29, Disclosure - Service Concession Arrangements
  • SIC-30, Reporting Currency - Translation from Measurement Currency to Presentation Currency
  • SIC-31, Revenue - Barter Transactions Involving Advertising Services
  • SIC-32, Intangible Assets - Website Costs
  • SIC-33, Consolidation and Equity Method-Potential Voting Rights
  • SIC-34, Financial Instruments-Instruments or Rights Redeemable by the Holder

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