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Reanda International adds member firm in Taiwan

Reanda International has expanded its representation to Taiwan by adding Reanda M Y Wu & Co to its network.

The Taiwanese firm has been founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Taipeh with a branch office in Taichung.

The firm is managed by four partners and provides audit, tax, consulting and financial advisory services through a total staff force of 21.

"We believe the appointment of Taiwan member firm will not only consolidate the network's presence in the Greater China region, but will also enable both the Network and the firm to better capture the waves of investment going into and out of China and Taiwan," Reanda International stated.

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