by Ken Rankin

Washington - The decision of the European Union to require the use of International Accounting Standards by EU-listed public companies starting Jan. 1, 2005, drew a thumbs up from United States regulators who consider the move a key step toward global uniformity in standards for cross-border securities offerings.

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