This PwC publication includes a map and summarizes which countries have adopted IFRS.
The information within summarizes data collected from various sources during October 2016 (*) regarding the use of, or conversion plans to, International Financial Reporting Standards by domestic listed and unlisted companies by country/territory.
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This publication consists of substantially all of the territories in which a member firm of the PwC network of firms operates in. Countries are classified geographically according to political criteria, using the geoscheme created by the United Nations Statistics Division. Additionally territories can be found on the IASB website.
(*) All data is based on the survey conducted in October 2016, except the data for Egypt, Jordan, Kosovo, Laos, New Caledonia, Oman, Rwanda and Zambia (last updated in September 2015).
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