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Contact member in Greece
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Information collated by the European Commission as part of a wider Accounting guide for SMEs published in 2011. Sections cover:
Structure and organisation of the accountancy profession across 30 European countries
Survey conducted by the Federation of European Accountants (FEE) with profiles of individual countries, including Greece. The profiles, published in 2012, cover:
IFRS application around the world – Jurisdictional profile: Greece
Profile prepared by the IFRS Foundation about use of IFRS in this country with notes on:
Each selected book features specific accounting information on this country; click on the links for more details. Alternatively, contact us if you have a particular enquiry or need further help consulting these titles.
European Accounting Guide (5th ed.)
David Alexander and Simon Archer (eds.) (2003)
Individual country chapters cover background information, accounting policies and practices, discuss the form and content of published financial statements and offer sample accounts.
International Corporate Procedures
LS Sealy et al (eds.)
A regularly updated looseleaf publication in three volumes, this reference work includes information on tax and accounting and features model company accounts. The model accounts are presented in the standard format for each country with original language and English language versions presented together.
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