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The US will be given the time it needs to settle its position before Basel III rules are finalised, a Deutsche Bundesbank official says. Meanwhile in Asia, the rules' effects are already being felt by CFOs.
The recently ratified Trade Facilitation Agreement is intended to reduce the cost of trade 14.3% globally by improving customs procedures. It could inadvertently help cut painful compliance burdens, also.
The FASB removes a step from its goodwill impairment test amid concerns it makes the process too complex and expensive. Corporates with a lot of goodwill compared with fair value of reporting units could see nasty ...