The European Commission said that it might delay accepting U.S. accounting standards as being equivalent to those used in the European Union.
Business leaders have recommended that the commission should consider a set of major accounting rules outside the 25-nation block -- such as those in the United States -- as equivalent to the International Financial Reporting Standards that became mandatory for the EU's 8,000 listed firms nearly a year ago.
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