by Ken Rankin
Washington - The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board voted to require registration of all public accounting firms - foreign as well as domestic - as a prerequisite for issuing audit reports on U.S. corporations. The vote agreed to be flexible with non-U.S. accountants, providing foreign auditors an additional 180 days to comply with the new guidelines.
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