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IASB seeks public opinion on new standards

The International Accounting Standards Board is to hold a series of public meetings next year in order to discuss the pros and cons of the new standards that are to be introduced in 2005.

Link: IASB under fire over amortisation

The first meeting of the IASB’s Standards Advisory Council will be on the 24th and 25th of February.

Following on from this, during the week beginning 10 March, it will invite all interested parties that provided feedback to its exposure draft on financial instruments standards IAS 32 & 39 to discuss them.

Both standards have been the main concern of many businesses out of the many other changes currently under way.

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