FASB Chair: Slow switch would smooth rule change


* SEC studies adding international accounting rules * Problems would "fall aside" - Seidman By Ross Kerber BOSTON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - A gradual switch to international accounting standards would mitigate some concerns over the new rules, the chair of the U.S. Financial Accounting Standards Board said on Monday. If U.S. regulators decide to slowly merge the board's standards and the international rules being developed by the International Accounting Standards Board, then issues such ...

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