XBRL Financial Statements

XBRL Financial Statements

What is XBRL?

XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) is an XML-based language for the electronic communication of business and financial data. Each item on the financial statements is tagged with information about various attributes, such as calendar year, audited/unaudited status, currency, etc. XBRL is not an accounting standard; it is simply a standard for providing an identifying tag for business and financial data. XBRL-tagged data can be read by any software that includes an XBRL processor and thus can be easily transferred between computers.

The XBRL files included on this web page are displayed in their native XML format and have been included to provide you the option of importing them into your XBRL viewer of choice.


Disclaimer: Thomson Reuters XBRL information was prepared using the most recently issued IFRS Taxonomy and IFRS Taxonomy Guide for the applicable reporting period.