International accounting and finance handbook

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Wiley, 1997 - Business & Economics - 1184 pages
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The passage of the GATT and NAFTA treaties, the deregulation of capital markets, the growing international market for corporate control, enhanced global competition -- all of these factors have greatly increased cross-border commercial, financial, and investment transactions. This book provides an overview of international accounting and finance issues and helps professionals fully understand their vital relevance to the world market.

Highlights major differences in accounting practices around the world.
-- Discusses important trends that require financial professionals to have a sophisticated knowledge of international accounting and reporting issues.

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Contents

Benefits
27
Perspective of the U
33
WORLD SCENE OF ACCOUNTING PRACTICES
53
Copyright

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