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Ireland will allow all unlisted companies to use IFRSs

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23 May 2004

The government of the Republic of Ireland has announced that all unlisted entities in Ireland will be permitted to follow International Financial Reporting Standards starting in 2005. Irish listed companies are already required to switch to IFRSs in 2005 under the European Union accounting regulation.

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