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financial statements is designated for the attempt to report on all aspects. 7. Do financial statements and other types of financial reporting have similar qualitative
characteristics? Financial reporting of all types will have similar qualitative characteristics, because all
these types of financial reporting have a similar objective: portray reality. Qualitative
characteristics are in actual fact requirements that must be met in order to reach the
desired quality of the view of reality. It may well be, that, if a financial report is aimed at
one (or a limited number of the) aspect(s) of the outcome of the conversion and exchange
process, a certain characteristics is of more importance than it is in a report on another
aspect. 8. Can all kinds of financial reporting be dealt with by the same framework? Naarden, march 2007. P. A. Pieterse van Wijck. All rights reserved. Following the line of reasoning set out above the answer is that, given the common
objective, i.e. provide a view of reality, all kinds of financial reporting can be dealt with
by the same framework. Naarden, march 2007. P. A. Pieterse van Wijck. All rights reserved....
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