Keith Nuthall
A WORLDWIDE poll of 1,000 business experts has revealed overwhelming global support for the idea of agreeing uniform international accounting principles. The survey, staged by the International Chamber of Commerce and the Munich-based Ifo Institute, revealed that the experts generally considered uniform principles were either "very important," (51per cent), or "important," (46 per cent), for achieving higher standards. Only three per cent said they were "unimportant." In its analysis of the response, culled from experts in 90 countries, Ifo ...

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