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Kochi, July 21

In the changing economic scenario, the Governments at the Centre as well as the States expect the chartered accountants to play a more positive role, according to Mr M. Kandasami, FCA, and Chairman of SIRC of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). He was here to inaugurate a seminar organised by the Ernakulam branch of ICAI.

As many as 300 members attended the conference and papers were presented on various topics of current importance.

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