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Credit crunch special: guiding business through the storm

The downturn is hurting and recession looms. Will accountants be the key to reaching safety?

The downturn is hurting and recession looms. Will accountants be the key to
reaching safety?

The economy in crisis: what accountants can do; who is
blaming the standard setters; why CSR will suffer; and how to save SMEs.

Click on the links below to read our features:

The outlook: ready for the worst
How the profession can steer a course through the downturn

SMEs: a route through the gloom
SMEs will be hit hard by economic decline but accountants can help ensure their
survival

CSR: man overboard
Will corporate social responsibility be lost in the storm?

Standard setters: troubled waters
A declining economy has put standard setters in the spotlight

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