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The Accounting Standards Board of Japan said Thursday it has decided to require listed companies to disclose “comprehensive income” in their consolidated financial statements, starting in fiscal 2010.

As comprehensive income reflects the market value of cross-held shares, the requirement is expected to affect cross-holding ties among domestic companies, experts said.

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