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Deadline for commenting on 'technical corrections'

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24 Sep 2005

Just a gentle reminder that the deadline for commenting on the IASB's Proposed Policy on Technical Corrections is 30 September 2005. The IASB has proposed a 'fast track' process to deal with issues for which it is clear that the words in a standard do not properly convey the IASB's intention, even when considered with the basis for conclusions and any related guidance. .

Just a gentle reminder that the deadline for commenting on the IASB's Proposed Policy on Technical Corrections is 30 September 2005. The IASB has proposed a 'fast track' process to deal with issues for which it is clear that the words in a standard do not properly convey the IASB's intention, even when considered with the basis for conclusions and any related guidance.

Correction list for hyphenation

These words serve as exceptions. Once entered, they are only hyphenated at the specified hyphenation points. Each word should be on a separate line.