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HLB International adds Vietnam member

HLB International has admitted Auditing and Accounting Financial Consultancy Service Company (AASC) to the network.

AASC was founded in 1991 by the Ministry of Finance in Vietnam and privatized in 2007.

The firm has 33 partners and 282 staff members, with offices in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Quang Ninh province. They specialize in accounting, auditing, consultancy and taxation.

Chief operating officer at HLBI, James Frost, said there has been an increased flow of business to Vietnam in the last few years because of its well-priced and reliable production centres.

“AASC has a long track record handling international companies setting up in Vietnam. Their membership in HLB strengthens our regional offering to both existing and prospective clients,” Frost said.

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