CONTINUOUS AUDITING AS AN ELEMENT OF EFFECTIVE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
The article deals with the features of the control methodology of continuous audit, its main principles, the advantages of creating an effective system of continuous audit and risk management of large companies
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