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FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
IFRS EDITION STUDY GUIDE
JERRY J WEYGANDT / PAUL D KIMMEL / DONALD E KIESO

JOHN WILEY AND SONS LTD (OCT 2010)
PAPERBACK, 408 pages, 278 x 217 mm.
Prod. # 9780470607268 (British edition)
Category: Business & Economics

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Explains the business reason for making accounting decisions Introduces challenging accounting concepts with examples that are familiar US public companies will have to follow International Financial Reporting Standards as of January 1, 2011, Weygandt's Financial Accounting: IFRS introduces these.

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Modern Ink: The Art of Xugu
Chen Siyuan, Craig L. Yee, Jung Ying Tsao Britta Erickson (ed), J. May Lee Barrett (ed)
    

Not all painters start out that way. Xugu (1823-1896),  also known as Zhu Xubai and Huairen, was first an army officer before becoming a Buddhist monk of the ancient Chan (Zen) sect inspired by Taoism.

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