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HLB International expands in South Sudan


HLB International has added firm HLB Oryem to its network in South Sudan.

Juba-based HLB Oryem was established in 2007 and provides services in audit, accounting and tax.

The firm serves a clients ranging from NGOs and microfinance institutions to private companies in the banking and insurance sectors in particular.

HLB International is not the only network to have turned to South Sudan in recent months.

In January this year, Nexia International added another Juba-based firm, IDIAA, to its network.

HLB International praised the addition, describing the South Sudanese market as "a destination of growing foreign investment, especially from China, in the oil sector."

It added: "the firm already has referred business relationships with HLB members in the Middle East."


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