While China’s accounting firms are
focusing on purely for the limited liability partnership, the study on the form
of accounting firm organization becomes more and more warmly. We specifically
analyzed the research achievement of accounting firm organization form in Britain and China, and put forward of the
prospect and direction for the study on accountant firm transformation theory
in our country.
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