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HLB International appoints new members in Bolivia and the Republic of San Marino

Press release by HLB International

Press release by HLB International - HLB International, one of the leading global accountancy networks with presence in 130 countries, continues its growth with the recent signing of new members in Bolivia and San Marino.

Bolivia

Barea Vargas & Associados joins the network in La Paz, a city located on the western side of Bolivia. Established in 1995, the firm provides audit services. Bolivia has a strong mining sector and the firm will provide invaluable local knowledge and expertise on business opportunities for existing member firm clients. The addition of this firm strengthens HLB International’s presence in all Spanish-speaking countries on the American continent. Barea Vargas & Associados also already have established working relationships with member firms across Germany and look forward to working closely with other member firms.

www.bareavargasasociados.blogspot.com

Republic of San Marino

Studio Commerciale Antonio Valentini joins the network in Dogana, a town in the northeastern corner of the Republic of San Marino. Established in 1994, the firm provides accounting, tax services, general consultancy and administrative assistance as well as strategic and business planning. Studio Commerciale Antonio Valentini already has established working relationships with member firms in Italy, Albania and the UK for both inbound and outbound referrals and looks forward to these continued relationships. The addition of this firm presents a number of opportunities for member firms around the network and further strengthens HLB International’s presence.

 http://studiovalentini.sm/

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