Chicago - Nearly half of the nation's chief financialofficers and senior controllers polled by global CPA and business advisory firmGrant Thornton say that the U.S. should not adopt international FinancialReporting Standards until after U.S. GAAP and IFRS have converged to the pointwhere the differences are inconsequential - a time frame of between five toseven years.
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