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EFRAG launches consultation on project topics

EFRAG’s European Corporate Reporting Lab is launching a public consultation on its future project topics and their respective priority and importance for Europe. The consultation period will close on 30 September 2019.

“We are confident that the European Lab can provide a valuable and important contribution to the European Commission agenda for sustainable and inclusive growth in Europe, and the wider global debate on corporate reporting, but we need to make sure that we focus on the right issues. Your input on the European Lab future projects will help to ensure that they stimulate innovation in the field of corporate reporting in Europe by identifying and sharing good reporting practices.” said the European Lab Steering Group Chairman Jean-Paul Gauzès and Vice-Chairman Alain Deckers.

The public consultation proposes future project topics and seeks views on their prioritization and also on any possible alternative projects.

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