On the Necessity of Convergence of Chinese Accounting Standards towards Internationalization

Ruoxi Chen, Qiang Yu


At present, the trend of economic globalization is in full swing, the trade exchanges between countries around the world are deepening, and the international financial capital market is booming. At the same time, the world’s scientific and technological revolution is changing with each passing day, and the productivity level of each country has developed rapidly, thus driving the rapid growth of the world economy. In this case, if the accounting standards of countries around the world, which reflect the processing means of economic information, are unable to converge with the international community, in the long run, It will inevitably lead to great international trade barriers, which will make the transaction costs remain high, and the transmission of key economic information lags behind slowly, eventually resulting in unnecessary waste of means of production, thus making it difficult to promote the coordinated progress of the economies of various countries efficiently. Therefore, in order to establish a good financial capital market order, maintain a stable and positive world economic level, and improve the happiness index of people all over the world, it is particularly necessary to call on all countries in the world to build international convergence of accounting standards. As the mainstay of world trade, China is obliged to improve its own accounting system and adapt to the global economic development. Therefore, its accounting standards will strive to converge with internationalization in the future, which is not only just needed by China’s own economic development. At the same time, it is also of great practical significance for the development of the world economy. However, due to the influence of specific factors such as national conditions, economic environment and historical issues, the internationalization route of China’s accounting standards has a long way to go. Based on this, we should rationally analyze the background and initial intention of the convergence of China’s accounting standards to international accounting standards, and deal with differences and consequences according to China’s accounting treatment and international standards brought by specific business environment. Then, proceeding from China’s national conditions, combining with the differences in the above accounting standards, objectively analyzing the problems and the deeper reasons behind the internationalization of China’s accounting standards by combining quantitative and qualitative methods, finally, prescribing the right medicine, proceeding from reality, taking the basic principle of Marxism-materialist dialectics, and realistically making targeted suggestions on the internationalization convergence of China’s accounting standards, aiming at making a modest contribution to the academic development of accounting standards by taking China as a reference.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/jepf.v7n4p89


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