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HLB International appoints Chinese member

HLB International has added Chinese firm Zhejiang Dewei to its network.

Zhejiang Dewei is based in Eastern China and has more than 250 professional staff.

HLB International said the firm specialises in audit, assurance, tax consultancy, valuation and appraisal, investment construction audits and consults on engineering projects.

HLB International chief executive Rob Tautges said the firm is the leading firm in Ningbo, “located in one of the richest provinces in China with very active SMEs”.

Zhejiang Dewei manging partner Liu Yansen said its decision to join the HLB Internaitonal network was driven by demands from existing and prospective clients in the Chinese market.

“We decided to join HLB International to strengthen and integrate our international practice and technical expertise”.

HLB International now has three member firms in China.

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