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To learn more about new major IFRS accounting standards that will take effect over the next two years and beyond, click of the topics in the table below.
|Financial instruments - Classification and measurement|
|Financial instruments - asset and liabilities offsetting|
|Financial instruments - impairment|
|Financial instruments - hedge accounting|
|Consolidation and disclosure|
|Fair value measurement|
|Employment benefits (Amendments)|
|Rate-regulated activities (Interim Standard)|
|Exposure draft issued or expected||Re-deliberation||Re-exposure draft issued or expected|
|Final standard expected||Standards/interpretations effective||Standard effective not earlier than|
|Q1 2013||Q1 2014|
|Stripping Costs in the Production Phase of a Surface Mine (IFRIC 20)|
|IFRIC 21: Levies (IFRIC 21)|
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