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HLB expands in Djibouti


HLB International has added Alephe Consulting to its network in the Horn of Africa republic of Djibouti.

Alephe Consulting provides services in audit, tax and corporate finance.

Based in Djibouti, the firm also covers Somalia and Somaliland and specialises in transit and transport services.

HLB described the new addition as "particularly relevant", given ongoing, large-scale harbour construction projects in the country, such as the Doraleh container terminal project, attracting "huge inflow of Chinese investment".

The latest addition of Alephe Consulting builds on HLB's 2014 expansion in Africa.

In November the network added a firm in Mozambique, following additions in Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda earlier in the year.


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