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PwC Russia appoints new tax leader

PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Russia has appointed David John as head of tax and legal services.

John has been with PwC since 1988, starting as a consultant in PwC UK’s Manchester office.

John worked for PwC Russia as a corporate tax partner between 1995 and 2000. He then returned to the UK and was appointed head of tax in PwC’s Birmingham office.

PwC Russia had about 2,000 staff and fee income of RUB7.58bn ($248m) in the year ended June 2009 and according to International Accounting Bulletin data.

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