Handbook of International Accounting: 1994 Cumulative Supplement

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Wiley, Feb 15, 1994 - Business & Economics - 160 pages
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The recent, fast-breaking developments in global politics, economics and markets have significant implications for the theory and practice of accounting. An understanding of international accounting issues is crucial to proper interpretation and understanding in international business communications. Covers all important topics in international accounting and finance including the accounting function, practices, technical issues and standards with an emphasis on the major capital market countries.

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Corporate Financial Data for International Investment Decisions
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Consolidated Financial Statements and Joint Venture Accounting

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