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Special Olympics project for PwC

Firm to audit 2007 Special Olympics

Having already been named as as supplier to
the 2008 Beijing Olympics,
PricewaterhouseCoopers has now been selected as auditing services provider for
this year’s
Special
Olympics ‘World Summer Games’,
to be held in Shanghai in October.

The firm was selected by the The 2007 Special Olympics World Summer Games
Executive Committee and a signing ceremony was held this week in Shanghai where
the firm was presented with a certificate of appreciation at its Shanghai
Office,

The 2007 Special Olympics World Summer Games, which will be staged in Asia
for the first time, will host 7,500 athletes with intellectual disabilities from
more than 160 countries and regions.

In April 2007, PwC was named as the accounting services supplier of the
Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

Further reading:

PwC to provide accounting services to Beijing Olympics

Olympics costs now a matter for NAO

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