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IAS Plus newsletter — Special Edition – Closing Out 2006

Published on: 23 Dec 2006

Now that we have stepped off the “stable platform” that applied for December 2005 year ends, there are a number of new and revised Standards and Interpretations that are effective for December 2006 year ends and beyond. These have been issued at various stages over the past couple of years – so we thought that it would be useful to mark the cut-off point with a reminder of where we are, and which of the new developments are effective for current reporting periods.

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