From Boston to Beijing, the accounting profession may soon have a new type of financial statement - one without net profit at the bottom line, with finance information separated from operations, tax information off to the side and cash flow reported separately.
That's the direction that the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board have taken in a joint effort to produce a standard financial statement that would be more relevant to global investors.
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