"The quality of financial information produced by IFRS is very high, thanks to the work of the IASB, but also to the convergence project with the United States. And a decade of use by both advanced and developing economies has shown that our mission of a s ingle set of high global accounting standards is desirable, achievable and in my view, inevitable." [IASB's Ian Mackintosh, The Maturing of IFRS]
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