Washington (Dec. 8, 2003) -- The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board has scheduled a Dec. 9 meeting to consider proposals and comments on rules related to “cooperative” inspections of public accounting firms outside the U.S. that are required to register with the board.

In an October brief, the PCAOB noted that inspections and investigations of non-U.S. firms may — in certain circumstances be done via a “cooperative approach” that would include roles for both the board and for a non-U.S. system of accounting oversight.

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