The International Accounting Standards Board has settled on its future agenda and priorities following a public consultation.

In a “feedback statement” outlining the input it received from the public, the IASB said Tuesday it heard five broad themes emerging from the more than 240 comment letters it received in response to a consultation document it issued in July 2011.

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