JAPAN - The implementation of new accounting rules that would have forced companies to book pension fund shortfalls as liabilities on their balance sheets is to be postponed, according to reports.
The changes, set out by the Accounting Standards Board of Japan, were due to come into effect this year as the second stage of a shift to value accounting. The move began in 2008 when firms were required...
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