The world's leading transactional firms revealed
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The world's leading transactional firms revealed

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No one who has been around deal-making for the last five years believes that the boom times for M&A are coming back soon, but there are signs of recovery in the market. International Tax Review analyses the global M&A trends this year and highlights the leading firms renowned for their advice in this difficult field.

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