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Chapter 19 Outline

Chapter 19 Outline

The Adoption of International Accounting Standards in Germany

Introduction

Country Differences in Accounting Standards

Relationship between Business and Providers of Capital

Political and Economic Ties with Other Countries

Inflation Accounting

Level of Development

Culture

Accounting Clusters

National and International Standards

Consequences of the Lack of Comparability

International Standards

Multinational Consolidation and Currency Translation

Consolidated Financial Statements

Currency Translation

Current US Practice

Accounting Aspects of Control Systems

Exchange Rate Changes and Control Systems

Transfer Pricing and Control Systems

Separation of Subsidiary and Manager Performance

Chapter Summary

Critical Discussion Questions

China's Evolving Accounting System

Notes

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