Financial Management and Governance Issues in Mongolia
Asian Development Bank, Jan 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 108 pages
The first volume describes the results of a study of financial management and governance arrangements in Cambodia, People's Republic of China, Mongolia, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Uzbekistan, and Viet Nam. Vols. [2-8] are comprehensive reports for each country.
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31 December accountancy lecturers accountancy profession accountancy training Accounting and Auditing Accounting Division accounting firms accounting information systems Accounting Law 1993 accounting policies Accounting Standard Setting Accounting Standards IAS activities Administration Reform Project Aimag Arthur Andersen Asian Development Bank assets audit companies audit firms Auditing Law 1997 auditing standards Auditing Systems auditors AusAID balance date Bank of Mongolia Certified Public Accountants Continuing Professional Education CPA examinations enterprises EU-TACIS Finance and Economy financial management Financial Reporting Financial Sector Program financial statements Fiscal five pilot agencies Governance Reform Program government organizations Hural implementation Improving Accounting International Accounting Standards international standards involved issues legislative licenses management and governance MICPA million Ministry of Finance Mongolian Institute MPAC percent Preparation for Governance Professional Accounting Council Program Loan Public Administration Reform Public Sector Accounting qualified recommended regulations Sector Accounting Standards Strengthening Supervision Taxation Technical Assistance Ulaanbaatar UNDP World Bank