IFRS, Accounting Standards

DOES THE ADOPTION OF IFRS BY DIFFERENT COUNTRIES NECESSARILY MEAN ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES AND PRACTICES THEY ADOPT WILL BE CONSISTENT AND COMPARABLE INTERNATIONALLY
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