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UHY International admits Shanghai firm

UHY International has extended its presence in China by admitting Shanghai ZhongHua Certified Public Accountants as a new member firm.

Shanghai ZhongHua CPAs has 22 partners and 300 staff. The firm specialises in the business needs of more than 1,000 clients, including privately-held businesses, listed companies and foreign investment organisations.

UHY International chairman John Wolfgang said the firm’s admittance will add regional market expertise.

“We strongly believe the firm is a very good fit for our network but more importantly especially for clients that are opening operations in China. Shanghai ZhongHua CPAs have not only worked internationally but are used to dealing with inbound and outbound requirements,” Wolfgang said.

 

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