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Financial Reporting in Hong Kong 2010

Financial Reporting in HK 2010Financial Reporting in Hong Kong 2010 is the ideal one-stop shop for entities reporting under Hong Kong Financial Reporting Standards (HKFRSs).

This edition includes significant revisions to the previous edition, reflecting both new and revised HKFRSs that became effective as a result of the end of the IASB's stable platform period in 2009.

This book deals comprehensively with standards and other pronouncements that apply for accounting periods beginning in 2009, and covers further standards and pronouncements issued up to 31 December 2009 that will apply from 2010. In addition, it addresses the legal and regulatory requirements in relation to financial reporting in Hong Kong.

Financial Reporting in Hong Kong 2010 may be purchased through your contact at Deloitte or through CCH Online or by phone at 800 968 667 or by email:support@cch.com.hk (cite product code 1881H).

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