The Financial Accounting Standards Board has taken a long look at an international standard on accounting changes, found it better than the American standard, and promptly adopted the gist of the international position.

Member Michael Crooch expressed satisfaction that the board was able to "make a meaningful improvement in U.S. generally accepted accounting principles while converging with the standards of the International Accounting Standards Board."

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