A senior U.S. regulator was "optimistic" on Monday about finding a framework for the world's top economy to use global book keeping rules for investors to compare cross-border companies.
"We are hopeful we can put forward a model," James Kroeker, chief accountant at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, told Reuters.
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