The Securities and Exchange Commission is getting closer toward recognizing International Financial Reporting Standards, a move that will cut costs for foreign companies that list in the U.S.

Foreign firms now are permitted to prepare regulatory filings using IFRS but must reconcile their results with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. According to the SEC, convergence with IFRS would eventually eliminate the need for costly reconciliation with GAAP.

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