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The Differences Between IFRS and PRC GAAP
 
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A reconciliation of differences between the financial statements prepared under IFRSs and those prepared in accordance with PRC GAAP is set out below.

  Six months ended 30 June
2009 2008
Profit for the year attributable to equity holders of the parent company under PRC GAAP 66,313 64,531
Recognition of revaluation surplus on disposed assets 111 -
Profit for the year attributable to equity holders of the parent company under IFRSs 66,424 64,531

  30/06/2009 31/12/2008
Equity attributable to equity holders of the parent company under PRC GAAP 616,416 603,183
Reversal of revaluation surplus (479) (508)
Equity attributable to equity holders of the parent company under IFRSs 615,937 602,675

In the financial statements prepared under CASs, the Group performed the revaluation on certain assets (including equity investments, repossessed assets and intangible assets, etc.) pursuant to the relevant requirements, with the revaluation surplus recognised in the capital reserve. Under IFRSs, such assets were carried at cost and the revaluation surplus was reversed. Upon disposal of such assets, adjustments on recognition of revaluation surplus were reversed accordingly. In addition, for the available-for-sale equity investments included in these assets, when they meet the specific conditions to be measured at fair value under IFRSs, the adjustments on reversal of revaluation surplus were made to the investment revaluation reserve.


(2009-08-24)
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