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European Commission’s Entrepreneurship Action Plan released

Responding to the existing and imminent problems in European markets, EC has developed its Action Plan to add momentum to innovating entrepreneurhip culture in EU.

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€133bn in Gold Says Take Federal Auditing Seriously

A letter of IFAC CEO Ian Ball discussing accounting and auditing faults. The comment highlights Germany’s fiscal position.

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World Bank publishes REPARIS report

A new report by the World Bank is available online, summarising the results of its REPARIS (Road to Europe: Program of Accounting Reform and Institutional Strengthening) program from 1st January until 30th June 2012.

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CCAB Ethical Dilemmas

Ethical dilemmas affect accountants employed in every sector of the profession and constitute an inseparable part of day-to-day professional activity. Consultative Committee of Accountancy Bodies (CCAB) has developed a broad publication to help professional accountants deal with difficult situations. To find out more, go to CCAB website where you may also check the Polish translation of chosen papers.

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EU funds to support SMEs

As SMEs across Europe struggle with numerous challenges, the EC is committed to help them access finance through different tools. Find out on the sources of finance and evaluation of the existing programs.

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If you are interested, explore also the latest initiatives.

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EFRAG outreach event in Poland

On May 15, the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG), the UK Accounting Standard Board, the Italian Standard Setter – Organismo Italiano di Contabilita (OIC) and the Polish Accounting Standards Committee (KSR) held their joint outreach event on the discussion papers 'Business Combinations under Common Control' and 'Improving Financial Reporting of Income Tax'. The meeting was organised in cooperation with the Accountants Association in Poland and the National Chamber of Statutory Auditors. The event was another initiative undertaken within EFRAG's proactive activities aimed at stimulating broader discussion.

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