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  • UITF — См. ГРУППА ПО НОВЫМ ВОЗНИКАЮЩИМ ПРОБЛЕМАМ, РАБОЧАЯ …   Большой бухгалтерский словарь

  • UITF — See Urgent Issues Task Force. Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein financial glossary …   Financial and business terms

  • UITF — abbr. Urgent Issues Task Force …   Dictionary of abbreviations

  • UITF — Abbreviation for Urgent Issues Task Force …   Accounting dictionary

  • UITF — abbr. Fin Urgent Issues Task Force …   The ultimate business dictionary

  • Urgent Issues Task Force — UITF A committee of the British *Accounting Standards Board. Established in 1990, the UITF is charged with reviewing the implications of urgent accounting issues. It is modeled on the United States’ * Emerging Issues Task Force …   Auditor's dictionary

  • ГРУППА ПО НОВЫМ ВОЗНИКАЮЩИМ ПРОБЛЕМАМ, РАБОЧАЯ — (UITF) подкомитет Совета по учетным стандартам (АSВ Великобритания), основной задачей которого является разработка решений по возникающим проблемам в применении существующих стандартов (стандарт существует, однако интерпретируется неадекватно).… …   Большой бухгалтерский словарь

  • Urgent Issues Task Force — UITF A body established in 1991 as part of the Accounting Standards Board. It is responsible for tackling urgent matters not covered by existing standards in which the timescale of the normal standard setting process would not be practicable …   Accounting dictionary

  • Accounting Standards Board — (ASB) The accounting standards issuing body. The ASB issues accounting standards in the form of Financial Reporting Standards (FRSs) and has adopted those standards developed by its predecessors in the form of Statements of Standard Accounting… …   Law dictionary

  • ASB — Accounting Standards Board (ASB) The accounting standards issuing body. The ASB issues accounting standards in the form of Financial Reporting Standards (FRSs) and has adopted those standards developed by its predecessors in the form of… …   Law dictionary

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