Some articles on units, stable measuring unit:
... Financial capital maintenance in nominal monetary units or Historical cost accounting (see the Framework (1989), Par 104 (a)) ... Financial capital maintenance in units of constant purchasing power or Constant Item Purchasing Power Accounting (see the Framework (1989), Par 104 (a)) ... Stable measuring unit assumption financial capital maintenance in nominal monetary units or traditional Historical cost accounting i.e ...
... profession has been in agreement regarding the use of financial capital maintenance in units of CPP during low inflation, high inflation, hyperinflation and deflation since 1989 ... It also means that financial capital maintenance in units of constant purchasing power to automatically maintain the real value of capital constant in all entities that at ... are normally valued in units of CPP during low inflation in most economies as an annual update ...
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