UK shows way on transparency

Mills, Kate
September 2008
BRW;9/11/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 36, p63
Trade Publication
The article presents tips on how Australian accounting firms can improve their financial performance in 2008. They should go overseas like American and British who have successfully ventured in the European and Asian markets. Accounting firms should also trip support staff and tell the press about their financial results.


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