The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board anticipates signing a deal by the end of the year to inspect auditing firms located in China, a long-sought goal.
During an open meeting Wednesday with Securities and Exchange Commission officials to approve the PCAOB's $258.4 million budget request for 2014, PCAOB chairman James Doty provided an update to SEC chair Mary Jo White and the other commissioners on the board's activities and plans, including overseas inspections.
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