Generally accepted accounting principles, the standard for accounting rules used in the U.S., may play second fiddle to newer international standards if the Securities and Exchange Commission gives American companies a choice.
The issue surfaced Tuesday during a day-long forum the SEC hosted to discuss its “road map” for the convergence of U.S. and international accounting standards.
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