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22 January 2013 By Edward Hadas

A European regulator has complained that goodwill writeoffs are inadequate. Inconsistency is one issue. The main problem is that the rules make no sense. They rely on a melange of traditional cost-based record-keeping, doubtful financial theory and blind trust in markets.

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