The head of the European Commission's financial markets division said that public companies from the United States and Japan will be given another year to bring their accounting standards closer to new European Union standards.
Reports have said that it would cost hundreds of U.S. and Japanese companies whose stocks and bonds are traded in Europe at least $1 million each to convert their books to International Financial Reporting Standards.
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