African Accounting Council (AAC)
Conseil africain de la comptabilité (CAC)
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1979-06-10 Algiers Algeria
10 Jun 1979, Algiers (Algeria), at meeting of delegates of bodies entrusted with accounting standardization in African countries, following recommendations of meeting on accounting systems, 14-19 Jun 1976, Kinshasa (Zaire), and of H-XD3027 - Organization of African Unity (OAU) and E-XE4174 - United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA). A specialized institution of OAU.
Promote accounting harmonization to facilitate the circulation of management information among African countries; promote and carry out studies and research, and encourage education and further training, in accountancy and related fields.
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Assembly of delegates of member States (every 3 years). Executive Committee (meets at least once a year), comprising 5 members. Vice-President and Secretary-General; President represents accounting body of country in which Assembly is held; 2nd Vice-President represents accounting body of country in which next Assembly is to be held. Secretariat General in Kinshasa (Congo DR).
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