Arab Society for Certified Accountants

ASCA A regional, Arabic language accounting organization. The ASCA was formed in 1984 in London. Its Web site states that its main objective is "to advance the science of accountancy, financial management and associated or connected subjects as applied to all or any of the professional services provided by accountants... throughout the Arab world." The ASCAs activities include a certification program, and accounting and auditing publications in Arabic. Web site:

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