Korean Institute of Certified Public Accountants

KICPA South Korea’s main professional accounting and external auditing organization. Headquartered in Seoul, the KICPA was established in 1954. In 2003 it had approximately 5,000 members. Web site (some material in English): www.kicpa.or.kr

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