Diagnostic study of accounting and auditing arrangements in the Republic of Uzbekistan
Asian Development Bank, Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 114 pages
This extensive study identifies the current accounting and auditing practices of Mongolia, analyzing issues like government budgeting, professional infrastructure, and donor assistance. In addition to commenting on the nation's current financial situation, this study also recognizes potential economic deficiencies and provides an action plan to implement for future success.
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Accounting and Auditing in Uzbekistan
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