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Several state and local government agencies and financial institutions accept consular identification (CID) cards, which are issued by foreign governments to their citizens living abroad. Mexico issued more than 2.
In addition to providing an overview of a company's business operations, the annual reports submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission present important information on an employer's estimated obligations for postemployment benefits, including retiree health benefits.
GAO presented an exposure draft of the its revised government auditing standards to audit officials and others interested in government auditing standards, which summarized proposed changes to financial auditing standards.