As products, services, and capital increasingly cross domestic borders, the likelihood that various parties to business transactions are based in different countries increases. These parties must contend with the reality that information on their business partners often exists in an accounting language other than their own. In order to make informed decisions in a global environment, one needs to be educated in international accounting. This book provides a comprehensive coverage of international accounting issues for a global audience.
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