Brussels (Jan. 8, 2004) -- In the wake of high-profile scandals such as Parmalat and Vivendi, the European Commission plans to propose a series of more stringent measures on auditing and corporate governance.
The commission’s measures involve strengthening auditor oversight, including a measure that would make a single auditor fully accountable for all phases of a client’s accounts.
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