London (March 26, 2004) -- International standard-setters may be changing consultation procedures following criticism from companies and regulators that they do not listen enough, according to a report by the Financial Times of London.

The paper said that the International Accounting Standards Board, which writes global financial reporting rules, has just published plans to make its deliberations more transparent and to get more input from companies and investors.

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