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Kreston admits Díaz & Zeledón, Costa Rica, to membership

Press release by Kreston International

Press release by Kreston International - Kreston International, the global network of independent accounting firms, has announced that is has admitted Díaz & Zeledón, Costa Rica, to membership.

Founded in 2001 and based in San José, Díaz & Zeledón offers the full range of audit and accounting services.

Kreston CEO Jon Lisby, comments:"We are delighted to strengthen our resource in Latin America with the admittance of Díaz & Zeledón. This quality firm was recommended by Lisicki Litvin y Asociados, Kreston's member in Argentina and we look forward to working with Lorena Zeledon and her team and to raising the prominence of the Kreston brand in Costa Rica."

Lorena Zeledon, Partner added: "It is an honour to join Kreston International. We look forward to working with member firms across Kreston Latin America and to further develop Kreston's profile within the region".

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