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World Tax 2012 is now online

World Tax 2012, International Tax Review's directory of the leading tax advisory firms around the world is now available online.

This is a guide for tax executives to help them determine who is the firm they want to advise them in a particular jurisdiction. They may need to choose an adviser because, for example, it is a country or territory where their company has not done business before, where they cannot use their usual firm because of a conflict of interest or because they are unhappy with their retained firm and want a change.

It is not an easy annual task to pin down who the leading firms are for tax advice around the world. However, it is a worthwhile one if it means companies find advisers they can trust to help them achieve their tax objectives.

This publication is all about quality. It is a combination of merit of work, and the size, breadth and depth of practice.

Go to the website and find out for yourself.

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