Industry, key GOP lawmaker support postponing FASB rule

Koning, Rachel
May 1999
Bond Buyer;
Reports on the endorsement of the Financial Accounting Standards Board's decision to delay implementation of its rules for hedging and risk management transactions in the United States. Putting off of FAS 133; Importance of the disclosure of material information.


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