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King meets KPMG chairman.

HM King Abdullah II met on Sunday with Timothy Flynn, Chairman of KPMG, a global network of professional service firms providing audit, tax and advisory services holding a conference in Jordan. The King commended the choice of Jordan as a venue for the conference of KPMGAAEs Middle Eastern and South Asian partners, which opened Sunday, noting that prospects for broader cooperation existed mainly attracting international capital and making use of Jordanian expertise in the region. The conference focuses on available opportunities in view of global economic conditions and introducing international partners for investment in Jordan. KPMG and its service firms made about $22 billion in revenues last year. The group has about 137,000 professionals in 140 countries

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Publication:The Star (Amman, Jordan)
Date:Nov 23, 2009
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