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Accounting and auditing approaches to inventories in three nations
Accountants International Study Group
Written in English
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This overview aims to collect relevant information on, and compare the existing public accounting and auditing practices for the 27 EU Member States, for all subsectors of general government. In order to gather accounting information on each of the general government sub-sectors, a two-wave survey approach was chosen in each of the 27 Member. Jul 31, · The revised IAS 2 inventories or International Accounting Standard 2 Inventories has replaced IAS 2 inventories in These standards were applied annually from January 1, It superseded the earlier SIC-1 Consistency-Different Cost Formulas for Inventories.
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