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Title: State of IFRS in Namibia. (Presentation).
Authors: Maliti, Paul
Keywords: International Financial Reporting Standards Workshop, 2009, Windhoek
IFRS Workshop, 2009, Windhoek
Financial reporting standards - Namibia
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: The study looked at the following research problems: That IFRS is not appropriate for small national economies and small entities; That IFRS is an expensive venture especially for small entities and for local entities; That IFRS makes no value addition, but is only for general-purpose financial statements. The objectives of the research were to establish: The reasons for non-adoption or compliance; The technical problems with IFRS adoption or compliance; The benefits of IFRS, if any.
Description: Presentation made at the IFRS Namibia Workshop, 2009, Windhoek Namibia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10628/207
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